Sennen harbour yesterday afternoon - very pretty
I rather liked this in the Cove Diary
"It has drawn some visitors to The Cove who drive down and sit in their cars in the Harbour car park to watch the waves crest over Pedn-men-du, filling the air with salty sea spray and knocking ten percent off the value of their motors through the early onset of rust."
It must be about the most exposed lifeboat slip in the UK.
A few years ago they put a new roof on the lifeboat house, replacing a traditional one that had lasted several decades. It was one of those that regularly peel off buildings built to modern building standards. Sure enough last February.
Best do a proper job me 'andsums.
I won't mention the jokers they got to build Cornish hedges along the new dualised A30, they've already fallen down. Quite an achievement, there are hedges > 1,000 years in west Cornwall (which incidentally has the oldest field hedges in the UK)
They should bring back proper celtic building standards.
Sorry, I'm drifting - it's been a quiet day.