PERRANUTHNOE is a small village on the South Coast of Cornwall, just East of Marazion, there is a Car Park and sloping access to a safe sandy beach and the beachside Cabin Cafe. It has The Victoria a superb multi award winning pub, which serves super food both lunchtimes & evenings, - a Church dating back as far as 1160. The Lynfield Centre which houses The Cowhouse Gallery, Kernewek Ky, Professional dog grooming The Peppercorn Cafe, a hairdressers and Linen & Clay.

Friday, 3 January 2014

Afternoon walkies

Jim had spotted the next giant cloud bringing yet another hail storm, but thought he could get his boots & coat etc. on dog coats on and get out and back before it arrived - of course he didn't.
 Getting too close for comfort
For those who wonder why we put coats on them - here they are hiding under a hedge during the hail storm - they really are a couple of  softies !  The wind gusted a 71.5mph during this hail storm.

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  1. Don't blame them! Glad to see that Tilly is better, she was poorly when we saw you in November. Jane .

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  2. Hi Jane, Tilly has finished her antibiotics and seems to be OK, we are giving her several herb treatments to try to help her stomach & digestion as she is showing the same signs as our previous bitch who had a bleeding ulcer and nearly died. Tilly seems quite happy - just hungry all the time at them moment now she's feeling better ! Really terrible day here, house has been shaking in the wind at times. Sue

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  3. Glad you're all ok, thanks for the reply to the email earlier. Poor Tilly and Wooster, don't envy them and their nice coats!

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    1. Wooster's nice coat is really muddy - no idea how they can go on the same walk and Tilly is nice and clean and Wooster is filthy - obviously dogs are much the same as children ! !
      Wind seems to have calmed down now - might even get some sleep tonight !

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  4. Hi Sue, Thanks for braving the weather to post the calendar. I can't wait!
    Wonderful shots of those wild waves rolling in.
    I've been having so much trouble with internet and sometimes I write a comment, but it doesn't come up on the page. It's been okay some of the time. Family have been away or taking it easy over the holiday break, but I will see if they can look at it again soon.
    Keep warm,
    Betty

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    1. Hi Betty, Really really wild here all day. Calming down a bit now and for tomorrow - then more Sunday/Monday.
      Know just how frustrating it is when you have internet problems ours was very weak again today - looks like it's a weather thing and they're supposed to be fixing it ! Do hope the calendar gets there safely - probably about a week. Sue

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  5. Hope you are all ok today...we have been watching the news and appreciating how lucky we are.I really think I should knit Wooster and Tilly a nice hat each ! perhaps a rather fetching Balaclava ! ha ! Take care and thank you for still taking photographs in such adverse conditions.'Scilly' doesn't look to clever.....and as you say there is more to come ! macca.

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    1. Wooster & Tilly are comical really - since they are supposed to be Grouse Moor hunting dogs - they wouldn't be much good if it rained up there !
      They could certainly do with something to hold their ears down !
      The weather for Sunday/Monday isn't looking good, but I don't think it will be as bad as yesterday - although the swell forecast is not looking good for the paople who have already suffered and we still have high tides.
      I gather there has been some damage to the Quay over on Scilly. Gry is ready to sail on Monday - if the weather isn't too bad.
      Sue

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  6. Poor loves, as T and W's faces show what they think of hail. I have hunkered down in the cottage as my husband is already back in San Diego. I'm hoping that the repair man will come to fix the leakingbath/kitchen extension flat roof before I leave, but the weather seems to have decided otherwise.

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    1. Oh dear, pity about the leaking roof - been there, done that !
      Not great weather for you and your guests, such a pity after all the planning.
      Do hope you manage to get the roof repaired before you leave - for peace of mind !

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