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.

Friday, 6 April 2018


 Sorry can't remember the name of this super Maine Coon - it's Missy Florence
Blackthorn flowers appearing everywhere now
Boat Cove Trenow - I had walked Wooster down there to take a look at a small hole that has appeared in the field
Not huge, but a concern as both dogs and children run around on these out of use fields
and a sag in the footpath in line as well

We went down onto Boat Cove
 Rock Pipit - well it's on a rock !
The cliff below the hole

Really very hazy
Wooster's "Who goes there" look

Sand gone again
The last few Narcissi in the garden
 Just one of these
Poor Agapanthus clump - the frosted squishy leaves have been gently removed - do hope it survives
 Afternoon walkies up the hill
Sea still looking wild

Looking very grey out to the West 
Suddenly after dinner there was colour in the sky


  1. Some of my agapanthus are looking the same, but I am sure they will be fine, surprising what a few days of warm sunshine will do for them, (if we get any) Re the plant photo of a few days ago, it's
    Aucuba japonica, love the foliage, and the delicate flower. Hope the decorating is going well, always something to do, as soon as one job is crossed off my list another three gets added, keeps us out of mischief I suppose. A bit disturbing seeing those holes appearing in the field, and on the footpath, there seems to be much more corrosion along your coast line this year. Thanks once again for all the beautiful photo's. Hope Tilly is O.K.bit concerned with her not being in the photo's today

    1. Sorry - Tilly is OK - I wanted to take a walk to look at the hole and it's good for Wooster to go out on his own and learn to be brave. Tilly is getting noticeably weaker - especially in her back legs - she's a very old lady and really prefers just to go up the hill walk as she doesn't seem to like walking on the tarmac as we go through the village - I suspect that her joints don't like it - same as me ! Hope the plants have enjoyed the sun and will perk up - the Hottentots on the drive at the front of the house look rather bad, but not a problem as we can root some from the bottom wall that look OK Sue