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Calm Before The Storm

After being in the freezing North again,
It's great to be back experiencing the Cornish Sun, sea & sand.
And this time of year is so quiet - not for long though, in just a few weeks the holidaymakers will begin to descend en mass!

So once work was over...

We were able to walk down to the deserted beach in Gorran Haven.

This time of year is just perfect...

Mild sunny days...

And empty beaches.

The Cornish coast is at it's best.

The beaches are clean...

And peaceful.

We love it like this.

It's far too cold for swimming...

But the sea still looks great!

A Seagull's footprints.

The tiny doctor's surgery...

Not a day passes by without us being grateful for our life here...

We really are so very lucky!

Kay & Sime xx

Comments

pattypan.2 said…
Nice to see you back. Haven't seen Gorran that quiet before
Nic said…
Gorgeous pics and post, lovely corner of the world you're in there :)
Anonymous said…
You are very lucky - it is just gorgeous there. I am SO sick of snow.

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