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.

Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Wednesday

Jim, Wooster and Tilly having an "I see no ships" moment on a foggy morning - you'll have to look hard to Tilly
Jim took the dogs over the hill to Trenow with fog below and blue sky above

Tilly seems to be managing the stepping stones really well now
Cornish Potatoes coming out of the ground at Trenow


The fog continued to blow in from the sea for hours then just before 4pm it started clear away and the sun appeared

 
 Jim testing the zoom on his new camera - Bulk carrier Altis that arrived in the bay sometime today

Lovely and clear as we walked the dogs - a little later than usual


Super sky above Maen-dhu Point
Really glad that the big black cloud didn't come our way
 High tide

Nice yacht with a Junk Sail  and  Scillonian III behind
Rather odd clouds to the South at Sunset

8 comments:

  1. have you still got junior crow

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  2. have you still got junior crow

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    1. Sadly No, we got up the other morning and he had died in the night - since we are off on holiday on Friday we would not have been able to keep feeding him and he was really small compared to his nest mates. We had another of the youngsters on the ground today - he could fly, so Jim launched him back up towards his tree. Sue

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  3. Hi, Please can you tell me how to get to Tilly's stepping stones? I'm visiting Perranuthnoe in 2 weeks & would love to go on some of your walks. I'll say hello if our paths cross

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    1. From The Victoria Car Park go up the track alongside it cross a little lane and go up a steep hill past a big house called The Dubban - carry on up the lane past a left turn and p[ast right turn - you then go left down some steps and onto the field path over a stile and down the steep hill to the stepping stones. If you're feeling fit enough you can carry on through the gate up the hill and onwards to Marazion Churchyard then down the road to Marazion & The Mount. Otherwise turn left after the long walk over the field after the stepping stones and follow the path alongside some fields - round a gate and turn right and you will come out at the bottom of Boat Cove Lane - then you can either walk back up to the village, or follow the coastal footpath to come out at the car park Phew ! See if you can print this out - might help ! Hope you have a wonderful holiday. Sue

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  4. I spent a month every summer in Perranuthnoe for the first 11 years of my life and remember it with great fondness (although it has changed massively) and I read your blog every day. Thanks so much for your pictures - they make an old lady very happy! I'd also love to know if you can still get down to Stackhouse Cove and if the little fishing boats still dock in Prussia Cove.

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    1. Yes you can still get down to Stackhouse - path leading off the coastal footpath and I think some locals still have a couple of boats in Boat Cove Prussia Cove in the Summer. So Pleased you enjoy the photos - we'll try to get to Prussia Cove after our holidays. Sue

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  5. Having had holidays at The Dubban for the last 3 years and having really taken to Perranuthnoe, I read your blogs with interest and fondness and your photos are great. I could visualise the walk you describe that leads to Tilly's stepping stones as we walked that route often during our holidays.

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