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.

Sunday, 2 July 2017

Sunday

 Brian Thiel on his smart yacht Zulu came in close to the beach this morning
Penlee Lifeboat Ivan Ellen passing Belmeken after having carried out a Sea Safety Exercise for fishermen, to show them how to launch a life raft-get in it and learn about lifejackets
Busy ploughing all the fields today 
Visit from Arklow View and Arklow Valliant - they left later in the morning 
Looking over the flowering potatoes towards Acton Castle 
Rather pretty ! 
Lots of them at Trevean 

Ladies Bedstraw ?  on this lovely old Cornish Hedge


Leaving the bay 

Mount's Bay Sailing club 

Great Mullein 

The path from the coastal one up to Trebarvah is turning into a Hobbit Path 

Everything so overgrown 
Unusual daytime visitor this afternoon - definitely a Bat 
Jim has eventually got the lawn sorted after holidays - took some doing !
Two different Honeysuckles 
Lots of buds on the Passion Flower 
My favourite little Lacecap Hydrangea - bought as a tiny one from Lidl  
 Rather greay again by dog walking time
Unusual hedge for this area - Privet in full flower 
Wooster having a lot of trouble with the low flying Swallows 
Bless him ! 

Gemma and 2 of her horses down on the beach 

4 comments:

  1. Your lawn and garden look lovely. I love the perfume of honeysuckle and even the potato flowers look pretty.
    Hope you are well. Thanks for all of the beautiful photos of Scilly Isles.
    Betty

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    1. Sadly the really pretty Honeysuckles don't have much of a scent. The garden is looking better now that it has rained and the lawn doesn't get as parched as the one at Oamaru as the trees keep some of the sun off. Our neighbours up at Trebarvah now own the one across the garden which is the other half of theirs- which was looking rather sad and neglected. Not any more - https://www.aspects-holidays.co.uk/cornwall/west-cornwall/perranuthnoe/p/tairua Might have to copy & paste the link. They've done really well and it's looking lovely now ! Sue

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  2. Your lawn looks ready for Wimbledon! lovely wild flowers,there seems more around this..thank goodness.Our Hydrangea is very poor this year and we have lost several of our favourite shrubs I expect we can thank the dry winter.Lovely beach scenes...thank you Sue.macca

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    1. Lawn looks better from a distance - 2 dogs and a naughty Tilly who loves to scratch - Jim decided to mow it with the new mulcher then used the ordinary one twice - side to side then length-ways - such a pity that it's won't look good for long as the rain will really get it growing again. Odly our Hydrangeas are having a better year - even the ones at the front which I have been despairing of as they have had 2 or 3 bad years. Will take some photos. Fog & mist again this morning and it's not looking good for the rest of the week as it looks like it's going to lurk around on most days. Not flying to Scilly at the moment (again) Sue

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