Friday, 15 July 2011

An afternoon walk



Yesterday was such a fabulous day that we awarded ourselves an afternoon off and walk across the fields from the farm to a little secluded cove that we know. The footpath leads out from the farm across a field or ripening corn and then across a field of fabulous blue flowers that I see from Perran ladies blog is Chicory (get well soon sue xx by the way)








On through the little hamlet of Trebarvah and through a bussling farmyard with fabulous views back over Perranuthnoe village





The cluster of houses around the church at Perranuthnoe in the valley below




And then we strode on cutting across through the gorse towards the cliff path - the tide had gone out so far that the beaches of Perran and Trebarvah had joined into one super beach




Always a quiet beach - a long walk for a swim when the tide goes out across those golden sands but we were going to walk further






Perranuthnoe beach again and the Mount of course


and on we walked Charles carrying the pack the seed of the gorse exploding into life with an audible crack as we passed




I couldn't resist pausing every now and again to watch the Mount retreat across the bay



and then we climbed down to a quiet little cove all to ourselves to eat our picnic and swim as the tide came in over the sun warmed rocks ( well that was the theory but it was still a touch nippy for me!)





We finally climbed back out of the cove on the far side along a narrow hidden path






our little cove filled with water



but the Mount beckoned us home again with a stead tread on the hard cracked earth back to the farm with the sky larks song filling the air replacing the lull of the waves




and last night a magical moon fille dthe sky beautiful in its perfection




climbing high above the farm Good night for now.....