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, 20 April 2018

Friday

Sunshine and mist again 
Although we couldn't see Mousehole I could see they had lovely sunshine as well on a webcam so the mist was in the middle of the bay 

Scillonian III in the mist 
No Mount !

After they got back I popped up to Trebarvah  
No Mount visible at all 
First chair painted and two more done this afternoon 
New Cauliflower plants in one of the fields up there - sadly they have got a gas gun for bird scaring
Around lunchtime the water became a stunning colour 

After 3pm and the tide was out 
Perranuthnoe Churchtown looking its best 
Vehicle carrier Neptune Aegli on its way to Portbury with the layer of mist behind 
Sadly no AIS  on this lovely boat 
Think that looks like Bite Adventures about to be passed by a gig heading out for yet more training 

Thought this hedge of Blackthorn looked good 
First one this year 
Offshore wind has brought out the surfers 
Since we haven't been able to go far recently we hadn't seen any Violets until today
Busy 
Female Wheatear - in Spring plumage 



Love to see rainbows in the spray 


That seaweed isn't going anywhere 

Since Nick had come to visit I opened up the old barbecue to cook some chicken  - sadly the mist came rolling from the North again

4 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos. with many reminders of our stay at Trebarvah just on five years ago. We actually arrived on the 27th. The Hawthorn hedge brought back memories of the lovely walks we took.
    Hope you are both well and enjoying the sunshine.
    Betty

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    1. Lovely sunshine again today - the hedge is Blackthorn - flowers before the leaves then a little later the Hawthorn gets leaves and then flowers - the saying is Cast ne'er a clout till May is out - My Mum took it to mean don't go into Summer clothes until the end of May whereas it really means when the May is flowering. We're both doing OK getting a bit fed up of not being able to go out and about due to Tilly's problems. Sue

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  2. The Blackthorn looks lovely,the hedgerows look wonderful everything is happening at once!Having been moving the primroses about...the bluebells and violets are emerging everywhere...and the bluetits are in the box!Wonderful time of the year.Beautiful photo of the church..so pretty.The Mount certainly was magical...it kept dasappearing!!!Thank you Sue.Sorry you are not able to get far because of Tilly's problem.macca.

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    1. Must admit I'm missing being able to go out and see the Spring flowers the moat banks at Pendennis Castle Falmouth must be looking a picture as they are covered in Primroses. Sadly I think today was the last of the fine warm days There have been dome violent thundery showers further East this evening - missed us ! Sue

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