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 Inn 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, The Peppercorn Cafe, a hairdressers and Linen & Clay.

Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Wednesday

 Opened the door to be greeted by Mr & Mrs Crow and lovely blue sky
 The low cloud and fog moving away

Scillonian III passing Mousehole 
Jim took the dogs out through the village 
and down Boat Cove lane 
 It was really warm compared to yesterday

Nice sky 

Fun in Boat Cove 




Quite a few surfers 
  



Really looking like a Winter beach now with so much sand moved from the top 

Off home they went 
Meanwhile I went into Penzance 
Harbour looking lovely
I was just in time to see Mermaid II lifted back into the water 

 Adrian Thomas & Master Thomas 
Looking very smart and with new Mermaid 


Nice view through the gaps 

Obviously still in dry dock, but up for sale for £3,000.000 
The hole gets bigger
 piece been cut out of the bulb 
Shopping done and new glasses collected I headed back to the car park - Mermaid now with fenders on 
Boat Pen filling up 
Caught Jim's bug for panoramas 
Lovely sky as I drove down to Lidl in Wherrytown, so I nipped onto the prom for a photo 
Looking over the bay to Ednovean Lane with Trebarvah Lane above 
Trebarvah 
As I was driving home the fogs came back as a weather front passed us by - but that didn't put the beach goers off 

Church looking rather lovely in the mist as we went out with the dogs
You know what should be there !


There was sadly a dead young Seal on the beach - which I have reported to the Cornwall Wildlife Strandings
Noticed that Longcliff is back on the market -  It is built of mundic block in a bad state - Planning permission was refused a while ago as the plan was rather over the top

4 comments:

  1. What a lovely Autumn day..nice to see folks enjoying half term.Three million pounds !!!!!it has seemed a disaster from the start!the wonderful Gry is in Scilly this morning...what would they have done without her? Enjoyed Penzance...always something to see.Thank you Sue.macca.

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    1. They were really lucky that the sale fell through or Gry might have been gone - Mali Rose was never given the OK to do the trip full time - Gry will be battling the Winter seas once more. Sue

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  2. Will three million pounds cover the costs incurred in bringing the Mali Rose up to spec.? There seems to be an ominous silence regarding the proposed sale and future plans.. in the meantime,Sue,thanks for the wonderful photographs and the tantalizing snippets ABS

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  3. Wondered if all the work in dry dock is trying to right all the bad bits, but with her history now not sure whether anyone would want her. Pleased you enjoy the photos - need more sunshine grey is so boring ! Sue

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