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Mevagissey Harbour

Monday's weather was really dull, but we fancied getting out in the fresh air.
Last week, we saw a grey seal just outside the harbour, but the photos & video didn't come out very well.
We thought we may see him again, but he was nowhere to be seen...














We love this time of year - when we get places to ourselves...

Yesterday, we had a full day out in the sunshine...
On Perranporth Beach...

And ended the day at Truro's City Of Lights...
Lantern Parade & switch on of the Christmas lights.

More to follow soon...


Bye for now,

Kay & Sime
xx

Comments

Jane and Chris said…
WOW! You WERE the only people there!
Jane x
Kath said…
Oh I know 2 dogs who would have loved that beach!

Some of your photos are like picture postcards.
Is that a ponytail I spy on Sime? Never noticed it before if it is.

The days do look grey - but wonderful photos. And a lighthouse too BLISS!
Love Leanne
Unknown said…
Beautiful pictures and how lucky you are to live there. One day I'd love to visit, maybe I'll see you there. Maa
Catherine said…
What a fun place to see! And I love that doorway in the house ~ cool!
xo Catherine
Anonymous said…
A full day in the sun sounds perfect! We finally got sun here & enjoyed it a lot today.

You live in such a lovely area. How exciting that you saw a seal! I would have been bursting!
Hello - we're being rubbish at keeping up...

Jane - yes, it's great outside of holiday season!

Kath - that beach is 3 miles long, your doggies would love it!

Leanne - Sime's had his ponytail for about 15 years. His hair used to be down to his bum, but then he shaved it all off!

Sue - Cornwall is beautiful, especially out of season!

Catherine - That doorway is in a cafe in Truro, we thought it was a bit like our dining room... But tidier!

Molly - It was incredible to see the seal, we had no idea there would any near to where we live...

Kay :)

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