Seasons first

This weekend was the first for 2014 chalet guests and Saturday was almost like a first day of Spring with people picking daffodils in the fields between Torpoint and Anthony. The storms have been kind to the cabin but not so kind to the garden and the palm tree has been blown over a couple of times; time will tell if it will re root itself. Word is that apart from the cafe on the beach at Treganhawke most chalets on the cliff have survived the storms – the odd roofing felt being blown away. The beach itself has had lots of flotsam washed up as well as lots of sand being displaced. At Tregantle beach, where the fort looms over it on the cliff, World War 2 defences have been uncovered, the picture below comes from holidaysincornwall.com.

Happy to say that there was a quieter weather front in Cornwall this weekend and the guests would have been able to go for walks and even sit outside; we haven’t been able to do that or even see the view of Whitsand Bay for quite some time.

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About Ruth

I am an actor and theatre maker, I moved down to the SW of England 17 years ago with my partner and son. Five years ago we bought a chalet on the Rame Peninsula and are fully embracing life of the cliff.
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One Response to Seasons first

  1. Jody says:

    Oh my, the beach is so wide! It all sounds (and looks) simply wonderful!

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