Monday, 26 October 2015

October in Cornwall

Walking the coastal footpath with a view over Mounts Bay to penzance
Looking back along the coastal footpath towards Perranuthnoe and Penzance
with the magical St Michael's Mount
What did we do this October in Cornwall? Well we've been busy running our B&B of course but we have managed to squeeze in a few visits so special places around Penzance with the aid of Lucy land rover.

This year I had a yen to see the vibrantly coloured heathlands around the coast and no, it was nothing to do with the Poldark film crew working around West Penwith! Charles wanted to revisit a Boscawen Un Stone circle  and Carn Euny ancient village and with summer slowly slipping aways we added a couple of afternoons on the beach for good measure.

Of course we've been busy here in the Ednovean Farm gardens and I took lots of photos for my  September and October garden blogs as summer turned slowly to autumn in Cornwall

A view from Ednovean farm out to sea across Mounts Bay
Looking out to sea at sunset from the Ednovean farm gardens