A Place To Visit When In Cornwall – St Michael’s Mount

 

One day out you should plan for is to possibly go over to St. Michaels Mount, you can walk across the causeway, or cross over by boat.  St Michael’s Mount is a small tidal island in Mount’s Bay, Cornwall. The island is a civil parish and is linked to the town of Marazion by a man made causeway of granite setts, which is passable between mid-tide and low water.

The rocky island is crowned by medieval church and castle and is home to a living community.

 

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Back In St Mawes

Back to my beloved St Mawes in Cornwall. The weather is a little mixed but that never stops us from getting out and about and I am always surprised how quickly the weather can change here, one minute slightly misty and then all of a sudden the sun beams down on us all.

 

St Mawes is an ideal location from where to see many places in Cornwall easily and indeed today we are soon to be off by Ferry across to Falmouth which is a beautiful trip across the water just taking twenty minutes and always interesting to watch other boats and look for seals, wonder if we will be lucky today?

 

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A Wonderful Winter Day With Plenty Of Snow

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A wonderful winter day, having not seen snow for some considerable time here in the UK, I thought it just an ideal opportunity not to be missed, go for a walk and take these photos, so sorry this time my blog is not about the coast, just for a change…………….

The one thing that particularly fascinates me when it snows, is the complete silence, very special and a time for us all to just slow up and listen to nature.