Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Supper in a #Cornish pub!

Well sorry Spud CAt but you can't come!

Still the evening was beautiful and the lawn mower needed to go to a workshop in Treen for repairs after its usual late spring rebellion and so we set off following the winding road beyond Penzance out towards lands End and the very edge of Cornwall.

Treen is such a pretty village of traditional cottages one with a tongue in cheek ign on the gate "I don't know where the beach is" framed by the sea. We often used to walk with blaise across the fields to Logans Rock and it was there that Charles took the spectacular picture of the heart in sands, that was on our web site for years

Looking towards Porthcurno beach from Logan Rock - Charles took
this one about Christmas time one year

Ripples in the sand

Last night though we were hungry and made our way along to the Logan Rock Inn a traditional cornish pub full of atmosphere and history, the simple white washed walls covered with nostalgic  photos. We squeezed into a table in an intimate little dining room, for a simple pub super - I chose the Beef in Ale pie and yummy chips (well we had been busy yesterday after all! Charles went for the locally caught fish in a pie, topped by acres of melted cheese. Just right - simple and easy and we drove home contentedly, under the clearest skies turning pink with the sunset.

And the pesky lawn mower - well we are expecting a phone call about Friday at about the same time that the camera should come back form its days in "camera hospital! of those weeks!

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