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 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, Kernewek Ky, Professional dog grooming The Peppercorn Cafe, a hairdressers and Linen & Clay.

Wednesday, 25 April 2018


April showers - this one wasn't showing on the chart but it was quite a heavy one 
They plodded on 

and back down again for a towelling down 
Scillonian III setting off this morning 
Mali Rose setting off on another sea trial 
Jubilee Pool and St Michael's Mount from The Prom 
A lot of wind out there today 
Mount's Bay Lugger Association's Happy Return dipping the lug in order to change direction near the old Penlee Lifeboat House
Always a super sight 
When I arrived up at Trebarvah I could see Mali Rose waiting to re-enter the wet dock and old faithful Gry Maritha  heading out to Scilly
Falmouth tug Boy Brendan waiting to escort Mali Rose back into the wet dock 
Amazing to see how much the lawn had grown and since the forecast was a tricky one I decided to give it a mow today 
Another huge cloud - but no rain 
Jim brought the dogs up to Trebarvah as I'd bought some logs and needed help getting them out of the car as my knee wasn't happy that I'd put them in there !  
Got resin all over my jeans as well Grrr! 

Preparing for the downhill run 

81.8 metre General cargo boat Uttum waiting for orders in the bay

Tuesday, 24 April 2018


 Just a few miserable photos to prove what a nasty cold and damp day it was

Afternoon and the drizzle got heavier, so Jim quickly put Tilly's wax jacket on 
Gather there was a brief glimpse of the sun as it set

Monday, 23 April 2018


Dull start to the day 
A little brightness and blue sky as they walked up the hill
A little chunky for a Pointer, but a handsome chap ! 

Scillonian III backing out of Lighthouse Pier 
Off she went
Unusual sight of two Merlins flying side by side 
Round the bay and back again 

Helicopter checking the power lines
Suddenly the sky cleared and it was beautiful - but a chilly wind 

Sadly by the time it was walkies time the cloud had returned and the temperature had dropped right down - Tilly hadn't eaten yet today and my knee was agony, so we did a very short walk - hopefully a visit to the GP for me tomorrow

Sunday, 22 April 2018


 Rather a dull but very clear morning
The ladies from Mount's Bay Gig rowing club rowing training gig Lady Sue 
Morning walkies 
Pity it was so grey, but we had hopes it would brighten up later 
We took the Patio table and last chair back up to Oamaru after painting it all - rather pleased with it -  just wish I had a blue umbrella 
Misty up on the moors 
Always love to see the Flowering Cherry Trees  
As it started to brighten up we could see yet more sand in the water 
That's better 

Off we went through the village - the girls had managed to roll their ball under the gate and over the road  - the boss was collecting it for them, hence the concerned expression
The first one that flowered is starting to fade already 
Nice blue bay 
First Bluebell that I've seen - out on Maen-Dhu Point 
Spring Squills appearing alongside the Sea Pinks 

Nice sunset