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 and a hairdressers.

Thursday, 17 October 2019


Saw some red sky as I got up this morning, but by the time Jim went out the first shower had passed by

Lots of blue sky - at least for a while
Sea was still looking quite wild and they've warned passengers on Scillonian tomorrow that it will probably be a bit slow and lumpy !

There she goes - our own little bush monkey
In she goes to make sure what's been going on overnight
A week after my new knee and I asked Jim if he would drive me into town and drop me off outside Holland and Barratt as I needed one or two things. He did that and drove off to park down Chapel Street to await my call to come and fetch me. Sadly he didn't realise that there was no signal where he was and after trying to phone him may times off I went on my crutches up Market Jew Street and down Chapel Street - granite pavements are wonderful when you're on crutches 😩 Still I'm walking quite well now and when it started to spot with rain I tried the phone again and got through and he managed to reverse up towards me. So....A bit more exercise than I intended but no harm done - hopefully - Thinking about it later I think I should have sent Jim a text which might have got through !
Lots of massive showers during the afternoon - one brought a sudden huge gust wind of 57mph  - they were moving left to right across the bay now
Off it went
Quick walk between the showers

One through the window just before it started to get dark

Wednesday, 16 October 2019


 Lovely morning
But as Jim walked along he could see a huge shower cloud to the NW

It had been quite a stormy night with wind and heavy rain at times
There were some nice waves

Wooster thinking "Here we go again - can we get home in the dry?"
Quite a lot of surfers were down there this afternoon 
Still fine this afternoon and Jim had managed to get lots of jobs done - gutters cleared and lawn mown. Maisie had started some major mine-workings

Gry Maritha heading out to Scilly in the glow of the setting sun - her first trip after taking time out for her Autumn Service
Really was a fine evening

Tuesday, 15 October 2019


 Early shower heading East
Some lovely blue sky - complete with rain-blob on lens

At first glance it looked like the LPG Tanker was levitating
but it was just a Merlin doing a long hover
More rain approaching during the afternoon
Jim left it a bit late as usual 
They met this super Newfoundland
Maisie never ceases to amaze me - her sweet little face right against this gentle giant

Surfer-dude Cat
Since the rain was moving a bit sideways Jim went around again

Mount's Bay Lugger Association's Happy Return on her last trip of the year - look forwards to seeing her in 2020


One from Sunday that I took of Jim and Dogs walking in towards the car park
Monday was grey and cloudy again
Scillonian III reversing out of Lighthouse Pier

Quite a lively sea

Bit splashy as she passes Mousehole
Let's get home before it rains
The four flowers spikes on the Yucca all flowering together
Can't really avoid including the amazing scaffolding "tent" being erected over Blue Burrow by the award winning team from Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding from Long Rock - ready for extension work
Rain approaching from the South

LPG Tanker Bakken Lady seemed to be smoking but didn't go anywhere
The cloud hanging low onto the hills

It was slightly damp but not raining