Category Archives: Sea Field View


We often have sheep in the field in front of us – the one that gives our chalet it’s name – and the field actually wraps around the front and back. The sheep tend to spend the morning in the … Continue reading

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February skies

  From dawn til dusk… friend, colleague and teenage son’s godfather was staying at the chalet last weekend, he captured some wonderful skies on his camera in the 48 hours he was there. All photos by Mark Pinkosh

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Its a wet day and the rain has put paid to a New Years Day walk on the beach so its an excuse for taking down the Christmas decorations and cards. Why does the house look so messy by now? … Continue reading

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Hawaiian themed chalet gifts 1

  One of our summer gifts was this, All About Hawaii, a 1936 Standard Guide book with intricately folded pull out maps on a kind of greaseproof paper. It’s immaculate. We won’t be using it when we next travel to … Continue reading

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Gravel garden tidy

  I’ve been able to have a real good tidy up in the back garden. I was given two chalet gifts which were a couple of Aeoniums both with local names, the green one is Cornish Tribute and the dark … Continue reading

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The beginning of summer

  Summer starts with a trip to the Lost Gardens of Heligan for a fix of Kneehigh, the Cornish theatre company who pitch their large tent called the Asylum in a field alongside the gardens and offer a selection of … Continue reading

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In Cornwall Today

On a warm sunny day a few weeks ago writer Jackie Butler came to visit the chalet and we sat and drank tea and chatted about our favourite Cornish things and worked out all the people we knew in common. … Continue reading

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