Thursday, 1 June 2017

Our latest trip to Devon and Cornwall 2017 Pt.1

After a busy morning setting the house straight (don't you feel the need to leave everything tidy before going away?) and walking the dogs we were off! We try to get away for a few days each month and we tend to follow the same pattern each time.

                I really enjoy driving, full of excitement in anticipation of the break from routine. Windows down,  music on. Although I do prefer the old A303 to the motorways. I drove all the way down past Salisbury - and then Alan took over to just beyond Exeter.

The sky was blue and the day was getting warmer the further south we drove. We are so very lucky to have family who live down in Cornwall so we are frequent flyers. My sister-in-law says we should collect reward stamps as we're down so often! I drove on down through Cornwall to a village just shy of Truro, so quite a way down. Just 15 minutes drive from the south coast, Probus is inland but so, so convenient for touring the south west. About 5 hours door to door, and this is what awaits. 

"I knew you were coming, so I baked a cake"

G & T in the garden, so refreshing after a long drive

Three tiered garden

The girls - three hens

Nelly (black) and her daughter Betty (brown)

The field at the bottom of their garden
Crab in Oyster and Chilli Sauce
Gin and Tonic, fresh eggs for breakfast, crab for supper, friendly dogs and good company. Who could ask for more? 

Part 2, St Michael's Mount and the Minack Theatre tomorrow

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