Rollercoaster Mum: Cornwall - 52 Photo Project - Week 23

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Sunday, 10 June 2012

Cornwall - 52 Photo Project - Week 23

OK so I admit it  - we have been away. However I do mean it that I will be blogging less but I have to keep up with my 52 week photo project. I shall keep this brief though as it is late, I'm tired as I drove back today and I've already unpacked and done 2 loads of washing with much more to be done tomorrow as well as family stuff.

We went to Cornwall and we glamped. We stayed in a fandabulous yurt on the North Cornish Coast which I may well do a review on 'drektly'. As well as glamping it up we were visiting family and I took literally hundreds of pictures. We managed a day on the beach, we saw puppies, the girls had pony rides, we visited the Eden Project, we got wet and muddy, sunburnt and (very) windswept. We had a barbecue over a firepit and huddled up to a log burner. It was quite definitely a week of contrasts. I debated long and hard on what picture to use as it was all so different but in the end I plumped for this one.

It typifies Cornwall with the trees bent by the wind, it was wet and green and there is of course a Union Jack because after all it was the Queen's Diamond Jubilee last week too.



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16 comments:

  1. I hope you had a good holiday. (I also do loathe the post holiday laundry so much!)

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  2. I see many trees down my way looking exactly like that where the wind has shaped them ! I hope the weather

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  3. Wasmt too bad for you - sorry I sub,utter that midway! X

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  4. Lovely shot - so it was a yurt in your silent sunday pic. Will be interested to read the review.

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  5. Gorgeous picture, i hope you had a fab time :)

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  6. That is a beautiful photo! Sounds like you had a lovely time, I love Cornwall it is so gorgeous

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  7. Looks lovely. Shame you had to get back to reality

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  8. lovely picture, glamping sounds like my kind of thing!

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  9. Oooh I'm dying to do glamping - so much more civilised!

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  10. Sounds like you had a wonderful time. What a great photo- I don't think I've ever seem trees shaped like that and it's been really windy here!

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  11. yes we get wind bent trees here on the coast as well. never seen the point in glamping would prefer a B&B

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  12. OMG I can't believe you come to North Cornwall and didn't come to visit the farm! Next time you must say hi even if you don't stay with us!

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    1. I'm sorry we didn't stay with you (blushes) but we booked this sooo long ago it was before I even started blogging! (they are rather nice though) Promise to visit next time! xx

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  13. What a beautiful picture, really epitomises rural Cornwall and shows off the lushness.

    Thanks for linking up.

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  14. Ooh, I'd be really interested to read a review of your glamping trip. We're reviewing a glamping holiday near Newquay next month and I'm starting to panic about a) persuading my camping phobic husband it'll be fun and b) glamping with a toddler. Any tips?!

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