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Sea Field View is a cabin on the Rame Peninsula SE Cornwall and is occasionally available to let. Click on the contact page for more information.
Tag Archives: beachcombing
We came across this heart made from rubbish found on Freathy beach. Someone had created it and made sure it would not be taken by the high tide by placing it on the stones out of the waters reach. It’s … Continue reading
On a recent beach walk we found lots of little sticks of driftwood being thrown onto the beach with the incoming tide. Worn smooth over time we filled our pockets with as much as we could and took them home. … Continue reading
Couple of things we found on our beach walk, actually teenage son spotted this then him indoors found this as we weren’t sure what it was we laid it on the deck when we got home and I took some … Continue reading
I mentioned a few posts ago that a wreck could be seen at low tide on Freathy beach. Last weekend, on a beautiful sunny day and at the hour of low tide we headed down to the beach. We could … Continue reading
A year ago we started a gravel garden inspired by Derek Jarman’s at Dungeness, and the grasses in particular are going great guns. You may have noticed in the background some bits and bobs laying up against the garage … Continue reading