On Bank Holiday Monday we set out, like most families in Cornwall, with a foam surfboard strapped to the roof, … Continue reading The Beach Of A Thousand Faces
“The motor’s off a Stannah stairlift” offers the friendly guy poking more logs into the halved oil drums. “We’ve … Continue reading Playing With Fire
We know the county is a Swiss cheese of mine shafts and adits and we know that these are all … Continue reading Secret Tunnels, Shipwrecks and Scones
“Mark your man Harry!” “Turn Emily, Turn” “Well Played Will, great dummy pass!” “Four” “Come on, concentrate Toby, straight bat!” Continue reading Black Labs, Boden and Beach Cricket
When you live near a tourist attraction, often its the last thing on your radar to do. When friends and … Continue reading Organised Nature
We went ‘Up North’ today! Okay, not that far North. We got as far North as Polzeath which is where … Continue reading R O C K S T A R S
St. Piran’s Day, Sunday 5th March 2017 was fantastic for a number of reasons. The wind was blowing which as you know is a big plus for me. Actually the wind was really blowing, howling! At times it was well over gale force which is when things get exciting. Continue reading Songs, Surf and St. Piran
You can ask anyone here this question and you’ll always get an interesting answer. The word that crops up time … Continue reading Why do I live in Cornwall?