Saturday, 19 October 2013

Just checking in


I had a few days in Coverack which was a lovely break, and I do love it there. Last year we stayed in flat in an old converted hotel on a headland about 20 minutes from the village, and I love the sense of space and wildness and the sheer, raw elements of nature at its most beautiful.

A couple of friends came over to see me which was lovely but without a certain person it really wasn't the same. So I came back to sort myself out before going up to Devon tomorrow for a few days and see my mum then my dear friend Av and I are going to have a couple of nights in a B&B nearby - we visited there in the summer and it was lovely. Actually the forecast is terrible, but it will just be good to have a few days with one of my oldest and dearest friends.

We'll be near the sea, too, so if I can't actually get on it, at least I can be near boats, and very much look forward to Mr B's return so we can get on the water again.


7 comments:

Sarina McEwan-Bell said...

I remember Coverack from many years ago. I still miss living in Cornwall. But, due to the way the work situation has become there I doubt if I ever will go back to live there again. Maybe another holiday might help at some time.
Have a lovely time with your friend!

Flowerpot said...

Sarina - good to meet you though sorry you had to leave Cornwall. If you come back on holiday do get in touch! Take care x

Dc said...

Ah, there you are, thought you had sailed out to sea!

Flowerpot said...

DC - I wish I had!

Rena George said...

I know Coverack well, Sue. It's a great place to blow the cobwebs away. Rx

Flowerpot said...

Rena - it is, isn't it? Glad you've enjoyed it too x

Akelamalu said...

Hope you have a lovely visit with your Mum and Av. x