The month of June brought a couple of 'pop-up' campers, just dropping in, either hot and weary and looking for a shower and a quiet campsite, or looking for the beautiful agapanthus' fields that border us.
I am not sure what Barbara intended with these sculptures, but they remind me so much of the Merry Maidens and the Piper stones.
Here are the real Merry Maidens, dancing on the Sabbath.
The sunshine in June was unparallelled, it was hot and blue and sunny and impossible not to spend some time on the beaches, here are some of my favourite pictures from Pednavounder, across to Porthcurno
Even treated myself to some cliff walks, past Porthchapel beach
It has been a lovely month to remind myself how lucky I am to live in such a beautiful part of Cornwall and the UK, but if walking is not really your 'thing', there are plenty of other ways to enjoy the cornish coast and countryside, kayaking, canoeing, paddleboarding, cycling whether road or mountain biking and motorbiking ofcourse, the north coast road from St Ives to St Just and beyond is just awesome. And ofcourse there is horseriding! Our campsite has a very local riding stables, as seen through-the-ears-of-a-horse, just a short ride or car journey along the lane to Tremenheere.