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.

Wednesday, 30 September 2020

Wednesday

Heavy rain at the start of the day and it carried on until just before lunch. 
Afternoon walkies with some sunshine, but still little showers


Sea looking very different to the calm of yesterday

Spotted this Kestrel on a hay bale
Of it went
Then there were two
All lined up carefully so they don't roll down the hill
The one that got away
Another nice sunset
Sadly I need a step now as the new coping stones are deeper - fortunately the sunsets are moving left quickly

Heard the familiar sound of a Wokker and there it was - sadly it didn't come any closer
Love to see Chinooks but they rarely come our way

Some nice colour this evening




 

Tuesday, 29 September 2020

Tuesday

Best day of the week if the forcasters are right
Off she goes on a glassy sea
Dark clouds out to the West again

Big ship, little ship
Jim thought that this Great Mullein looked rather like one of the huge Cactus trees in California
Little Lucy posing nicely this morning. She's had a bad week having had some teeth out at the Vets
Nice little friend

Went down to post a card and there was the Telephone Box all cleared out from the big bushes which had been hiding it. Thanks I think to Ian at The Dubban
Lovely Crab Apples in St Piran's Way
Tree is full of them
This Spider has been working on its web for days - wonder if it will last after wind and rain.

Friends Chris & Colin arrived and we walked down to The Cabin Beach Cafe for lunch followed by a walk


This Donkey was keen to say Hello
Hello !

Colin and Mojo - who had rather fallen for Maisie
Fisheries Protection vessel St Piran heading to Newlyn
We later took the dogs down to the field and Maisie had some recall training and is improving - Wooster of course loves to join in
The top field has been bailed up during the afternoon
Bit of brightness at the bottom of the cloud
So that's where the sun was


Monday, 28 September 2020

Monday

Misty murky day



Scillonian III heading out in the mist
It really hadn't improved by afternoon walkies time so we just walked up the hill


Wild Charlock along the edge of the Cauliflower field - just to brighten things up a bit !
The mist cleared and there was Oil/Chemical tanker Elka Vasiliki that had arrived in the mist from Las Palmas
A little colour in the sky just before sunset