Bring on the Bluebells to cheers us up!
I am waiting for the bluebells to pop their heads up and say hello – I just love the carpets of blue that appear around our cliff tops at this time of year and coupled with the swathes of the delicate pink of the thrift it really can be a sight to behold.
Easter was a bit of a wash out. It has been one of the wettest late winter/early springs we have had here at Trevaylor Caravan and Camping Park here in West Cornwall. That being said we still had a reasonable turnout – we had some of our regular climbing groups in and plenty of Easter holiday makers on our hardstandings.
A muddy affair
It was an admittedly muddy affair but evenings spent in our cosy bar eating great home cooked food and drinking local beer kept everyone in good spirits for the main of it. On the last day of the holidays the sun came out of course – and the ground dried out like nothing had happened.
Out and About
I have meanwhile been out for plenty of coastal walks – enjoying the somewhat delayed development of the coastal spring flora and fauna. The Kestrels, Choughs, Jackdaws, Ravens, Buzzards and a myriad of small birds are all busy flapping around picking up nesting materials and I see the first crop of baby bunny rabbits bopping about already.
The Vintage bus run from Penzance passed our door on it’s way to St Ives this weekend just gone. Some of the lovely old vehicles were heavily laden with jovial waving passengers as they chugged by.
We visited one of our local National Trust gardens – Trengwainton – near Penzance recently, and really enjoyed the views and sights there. The coffee and bowl of soup with fresh bread from the café at the end added to the pleasure of our visit there.
Today I am looking forward to getting back out on the coastal path again with our dog Milo. We can’t get enough of it all! So come on, what are you waiting for? See you shortly!