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.

Monday, 26 June 2017

The Isles of Scilly - Sunday 18th June

Wonderful sight as we left the Star Castle making our way quickly down to the Quay as we had decided to go to Bryher. We boarded Guiding Star - one of the older boats, but with a handy set of steps
Sadly I gather they don't actually use the sails 
We walked along the footpath around Sampson Hill to our favourite part of Bryher 
Looking over to Samson 
Bishop Rock Lighthouse 
The stunning white sand of Rushey Bay 
It's traditional now ! 
Couple of Seals in Stoney Porth 
Droppy Nose Point - or as I always call it Elephant Rock 


Looking down to Great Porth 
Golden Eagle Studio the original studio of Artist Richard Pearce who is now to be found in his new studio and gallery alongside Bryher shop
Pimms O'clock
and a lovely smoked salmon sandwich at Hell Bay Hotel 
Due to the extreme heat we decided to walk back the way we had come but on the beach to allow the dogs to try to cool down
Wooster tried 


Sea Cloud II leaving Scilly 
Still paddling 
Wooster almost trod on this  jellyfish
After dinner walkies and Sea Quest  
A rather unusual sunset 
No idea ! 
Another shape 
and another 
Then pouff 

6 comments:

  1. Lovely pics of your visit to Bryher Nice to see one of Richard Pearce's beautiful paintings.
    What a strange sunset. Will show my son and see what he makes of it!
    Betty

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    1. It was very different compared to the previous evening. Lovely to see as we don't get that many sunsets without cloud. Sue

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  2. Waking up to STUNNING photo's of our favourite Bryher. Brought a lump to my throat. Thank you so much. Hopefully you both paddled as well to help keep you cool. Looks like we have got mixed weather this week, the gardens will be happy. Thank you both so much once again.

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    1. Wanted to get them done as soon as I could or I give up as it's tricky to keep doing the daily ones as well. Pity we couldn't spend longer and walk further on Bryher, but the second boat back was from Anneka's Quay which was another hot walk away and Tilly was struggling so we made the most of what we could manage. Pity that the weather is back to more normal mixed stuff but sadly when it does rain we're not getting much at all. Sue

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  3. You are spoiling us ! Such a wonderful island didn't get there last time the tides were awkward for times.Rain didn't amount to much !! thanks Sue.macca.

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  4. Bryher is getting really tricky to get to - our boatman kept saying he would but didn't, so we decided to try an Association boat and we were lucky to get the same one in and out as the dogs managed well - and we were lucky that SCIII wasn't there so plenty of steps so no clambering over other boats (our nightmare) Just a few more Scilly ones then I go through Jims - just can't manage more than one card(camera) at a time. Sue

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