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At the beginning of November we had storms with winds reaching a record 100mph in Cornwall, I reckon it was a good 80mph up here on the cliff. After a really bad night of gale force wind, the next … Continue reading
October was all about apples, in between the incredibly heavy bursts of rain I managed to shake enough apples from our allotment tree to take along to the first Apple Festival in our local village. In the past we have … Continue reading
I’ve been noting all the various birds in and around the fields. We are placed higher up than on the cliff and lower fields and we tend not to have the bird song that you notice when you head down … Continue reading
The nights are drawing in, the sheep have left the field, the hedges are full of blackberries and the lifeguards will leave at the end of the holidays. There’s a mist around the fields in the morning and its best … Continue reading
Every July, the Port Elliot Festival occurs just down the road from the chalet and for the last three years I’ve mentioned in posts, [check out the category cloud to the right and click on Port Elliot festival] but this … Continue reading
Over the last week we have enjoyed the longer days and taken evening walks around the cliff and its been great to see all the flowers; from the camomile which has taken over the daffodil fields, the ox eyed … Continue reading
Sometimes when I read back over the posts I’ve written and as I look out over the fields it feels like I am in the middle of a Guardian Country Diary post, my day to day chalet life seems … Continue reading
There’s an old saying that March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb, and here in Cornwall that was absolutely right, we had terrible storms at the beginning of the month and halfway through they passed over … Continue reading
Sorry about the theatrical title but after the first half of the month being days and days of relentless rain and driving wind we have ended with warmth and sunshine so there is very much an awakening. Last weekend, a … Continue reading