I love Saturdays. There’s no rush and I can lie in bed as long as I want drinking tea and reading. If only I could start every day this way! This week, we have had a freak snow storm in Cornwall, resulting in the most snow in the Duchy for about four decades. What made … More Magical Mousehole: the Calm after the Storm
For the first time in decades, snow has settled across the Duchy! Storm Emma, otherwise known as the Beast from the East, brought heavy snow showers and strong winds to Cornwall this week. We had all seen the weather forecasts, but not having seen this level of snow down here in my lifetime, I think … More When Snow Settled in Cornwall!
I’m a self-confessed beach bum and spring is nearly here… Soon I will be on the beach at any available moment: picnics, BBQ’s, body boarding, sun bathing with a book, or just a walk and a paddle after a day at the office. I can’t wait to feel that almost forgotten summer breeze…. Cornwall has … More Five Fantastic Beaches to Visit in Cornwall
Captain Cornwall blog: 5 reasons to visit Cornwall in February … More 5 Reasons to Visit Cornwall in February
Here I’ve rounded up my top 5 list of beach bars in Cornwall, on the north and south coasts and in west Cornwall. … More My Top 5 Beach Bars in Cornwall
If I won the lottery, I would buy a house in Zennor. I love the idea of having plenty of space between houses, with unspoiled views and dramatic coastal scenery. West Cornwall can feel like a different place to the rest of the county. Driving from Hayle in West Cornwall to Zennor in the area … More A Sunday Afternoon in Zennor
It’s that time of year when the weather is unpredictable and changeable. Today I’ve seen sunshine, rain and hail. Whilst I was driving home from work there were short bursts of torrential rain; one minute I was turning my wipers off, the next minute off…and so on and so forth. Cornwall’s wild coastline brings strong … More Cyder & Storm-watching