Sunday, 8 July 2012

The last night in Cornwall

Look - it is possible to blog from North Cornwall! Even if formatting this properly will have to wait till I get home. I'm sitting in the Bullers Arms Hotel in Marhamchurch, just outside Bude, with roast lamb on order and a gin and tonic to sip. It's so nice to find somewhere to do this. It's been a week of pleasures and disappointments. The chief pleasure was meeting up with Cornish friend Angie on my 60th Birthday night. A lovely meal at the St Tudy Inn. Dessert served personally by the jovial landlord, with a candle to blow out! The chief disappointment was the weather - almost unremitting cloudy skies and rain, with only a couple of sunny afternoons. Never mind! I got out and around, and made the best of it. As is my usual habit, of course. Dinner has arrived. Yum! More when I get home.


  1. I want to fast forward to next summer, this one is a date of time...

  2. I assume you mean more of the adventure and not the meal! Shame about the weather. I hope it didn't spoil your enjoyment.

    Shirley Anne x

  3. My chief pleasure too, Lucy. An evening that brought warmth and fun to a cold, rain-soaked summer.

    I hear they've just lifted the hosepipe ban in your part of the world. Well fancy that!

    Angie x


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