Well for all of five minutes we had a white world after a particularly heavy Hailstorm.
Maybe just as well we did not have this weather last week during Half Term, I have to say I made my way down to Padstow on several occasions and there was no need of lights as the mornings are drawing out. In fact it was calm, warm and most definitely Spring-like, lots of visitors down and it was also a busy time in the Hire Shop.
The early morning light down by the Harbour always produces a special combination of colours, it is a picture I never tire of taking. I’m on the lookout for the first Primroses and then I will know Spring is just round the corner.
Given the back-to-Winter weather forecast and the threat of flooding from the predicted highest tides for twenty years I viewed this new week with some trepidation. I guess it is back to multiple layers; it will not stop me from looking for Primroses though.
Just take care, if you venture out, of debris on the Trail down towards Padstow – there is ongoing work being carried out with both cutting back and improvements to draining the Trail surface. Also if you travel early be aware of the Dog Badger who has recently decided to trot down the Trail ignoring all other users, all good fun.
In the meantime,