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, 13 November 2017

Monday

 Hard to believe, but it was another beautiful day
We walked the dogs down Boat Cove Lane 
Kestrel up on the electricity pole 
Marazion 
We met Chris with Bonnie and Cassie 
The Tamarisk frames have been blown away 
Super sky looking North 
Not much green left 
Gry Maritha heading out to Scilly and to her left you can just make out Scilly RIB Pegasus towing a yacht to Penzance
Passing Boat Cove and the Turnstones all took off 
Lovely out on Maen-du Point 
I popped into town for some stuff for Nick, who managed to see not one but two Doctors this morning (one a trainee)  and they confirmed that it is Chickenpox and he'll need at least this week off (as we think he's had it without spots for almost a week)  Scillonian III at rest alongside Albert Pier

Little Turnstones finding something to eat 
More Mackerel sky appearing 
The view as I walk down the steep hill from Market Jew Street to the car park 
This chap came over as I arrived home 

Setting out on our afternoon walkies and to meet our visitors up at Oamaru 
The view from up there really is magnificent 
Superb sunset this evening 
Zooming in through the orange haze to Wolf Rock Lighthouse 
Down went the sun 
But left an amazing glow 
The view from the front door at Oamaru Barn 
The water turning orange as well 

Starting to fade as we walked down the hill 
Rather grainy view of The Castle with lights on inside 
Still looking wonderful 

and gradually faded

9 comments:

  1. Oh, how beautiful! Calendar picture? Will you be putting out a calendar this year?
    Hope the fine weather continues.

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    1. Pleased you enjoyed the photos it was one of those special days. As for calendars, I may do a few for family and friends and "Special people" but I don't seem to have much time any more and I still have 9 months of photos to go through to choose the calendar shots. Will do my best. Sue

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  2. What a lovely new header.You certainly had a super day,nice shots of the Scillonian 'resting' !Hope Nick ts recovering nasty illness, especially as you get older.Like Betty I was wondering about the calendar too.Thank you Sue.macca.

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    1. Scillonian III might stay there for quite a while - if they've sorted out an insurance problem which indicated that they needed crew on board at all times - rather than a night-watchman type person. Hopefully there will be a few calendars - have to fight Jim for computer access ! ! Sue

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  3. What a great header pic. We get lovely sunsets at Portishead. Have to walk down to the coast to see, but maybe that's a good thing!
    Haven't been down this year so many thanks for keeping us "in touch". Jane.

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    1. Not been the best year to temp you down - sunsets like last night are such a treat. Photographs of it all over facebook as everyone was out making the most of it. Sue

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  4. Fantastic photo's once again, especially my favorite tamarisk shots. A great day here also, plus the beautiful mackerel sky,days to make the most of, Get Well soon to your son, hopefully he will feel better very soon.

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    1. Was such a super day - have to treasure them as the grey weather keeps coming back. Nick's not too bad - first days off sick in all his working life - hopefully through the worst of it now. Sue

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