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Godolphin from Bluebell woods to hill

Drifts of BluebellsI’ve watched the bluebells spring up around the country lanes of Cornwall this week and I spotted the first House Martin, back from its long migration to Africa. These twin augers were enough for me to feel spring was at its peek and summer fast approaching and I knew it was time to visit the fabulous swathes of bluebells in the National Trust’s Godolphin estates ancient woodlands and maybe climb to the summit of Godolphin hill to see the landscape of West Penwith stretched panoramically below me.

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Breakfast with the Solar Eclipse

Sunset over th Mount

We’ve had a strange eerie sunset for two nights two – I took this snap from the terrace looking down over the garden to St Michael’s Mount

Cornwall will see a rare partial solar eclipse tomorrow the 20th of March at approximately 9.24 – just in time for breakfast. The next one will not be for a decade so maybe it is worth planning to find a special spot to watch it if you can. Here’s just a couple of suggestions a great vantage points tonight and a lasting memory of the total eclipse in 1999.  Continue reading “Breakfast with the Solar Eclipse” »