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.

Saturday, 5 May 2018


 The mist rolling away again - sadly it stayed around on the North Coast
The lovely Moondance heading East 
The clouds of mist or fog hanging over the moors again 

This handsome Chaffinch is behaving very oddly - flying up and down the windows and bashing with it's beak - no insects there - wonder if it's just fallen in love with its reflection. Its been hanging around the house for several days
View from Trebarvah today - wonderful calm Mount's Bay 
Jim came up to mow the lawn and gave the Healey a trip out - only the 3rd trip out of the garage this year I think 
Superb job by housekeepers Dianne & Mel, all ready for some very special guests 
Lawn looking great - thanks Jim 

So good to see it in the sunshine 
Grass seed needed for where the moss died 
By 2pm it was getting a little hazy 

Back at home and Wooster was just being a Pointer 
He's such a lovely boy  
Marine Discovery's Shearwater II  came our way today 
Back up the hill went the dogs 

A little more mist 
A rather hot dog 
Sorry about the huge fingerprint blob on the photos - 70 years of taking photos Jim should know not to put his finger on the lens 
Mist coming over from the North Coast


  1. What a handsome Chaffinch,it's really not fair when you see his wife in her little brown feathers!Thanks for the info. on the Aspect webcams...another one to add to my 'view Cornwall list'Another glorious morning a barbecue could be on the agenda!Thank you Sue for another lovely album.macca.

    1. Hope you had your barbecue - we did ! I was worried that the mist would come back before we managed it, but it didn't arrive until later. Sad for the folks on the North Coast where the mist has constantly lingered. Sue