Farewell to Cornwall


This was the view we had every morning whilst we were having our breakfast, I can’t really see why Steve and Sara like it so much myself but I suppose it will do for the time being!


Every time you turn a corner down here in Cornwall you see another photo opportunity, and these days the camera on my phone is so good I don’t need to take the heavier equipment out with me all the time!


I’ve mentioned geocaching many many times on previous blogs, and the above photo shows you an example of what you might be looking for.  Basically you either have an app on your phone or a separate GPS gadget on to which are loaded some co-ordinates and a clue which takes you to where the cache is hidden.  You then ferret around to search for it while your wife stands there with her hands on her hips and says “how much longer are you going to be”.  Actually we have both enjoyed the places this new hobby has taken us to!


On our last treasure hunting in Cornwall we came across this clump of snowdrops………….hopefully not too long to wait until spring arrives!


After a long day out in the fresh air it’s great to go back to The Old Watch House for a cup of coffee and a slice of cake (freshly made at the deli in Fowey), and then sit down and relax with time to suffer that view again!  It was a lot of hard work but I definitely think I could do it again…….. If you are interested in staying in this wonderful house, go to this website and find out more…      https://theoldwatchhouse.co.uk



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2 Responses to Farewell to Cornwall

  1. Tony Payne says:

    I can’t wait to go back to Cornwall, it’s so lovely there. As you rightly said, a photo opportunity around every corner, and this time of year not too many tourists.


  2. sellerby says:

    Looks like you’ve had a great time – some great photographs too!

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