I have to be honest, I don’t like January. There we are I’ve said it. Well until this a January anyway. We had the wettest and mildest Christmas and New Year for some time, it was fine for getting out and we were in the sea loads, but I missed cold crisp days and sunshine. Then along came January. The sunny days hit me like a breath of fresh air. We couldn’t wait to visit the beach, but instead of diving into the sea to escape the rain we have enjoyed the dry air of the beach, the coast path and the stunning scenery of the North Cornwall Coast. Last Sunday was so crystal clear that even with just my phone the photo quality is passable. Hello January sunshine, I hope you are going to hang around!
Clio soaking up the January Sunshine on the rocks at Polzeath
Trying and failing to spot Alistair who was in the sea surfing without getting wet feet myself.
Guy marooned on a desert island – or rock surrounded by the incoming tide.
You never know when in the year the good weather will come, but when it does the farm, the beaches and the moorlands of Cornwall are simply stunning. With February half term and Easter on the horizon do gives us a thought in your holiday plans. There is always plenty to do here whatever the weather brings and Polzeath beach featured here is under 1/2 an hour by car.
“Tales from the farmers wife” shares the funny and interesting happenings on our lovely holiday farm with Farmer Nick and our 6 children. A behind the scenes look on balancing family, farming, the holiday business and cooking for all.