The weather is lovely today.
Come and have a walk with Doc and I.
Last time we took you along the coast, this time we’ll take you around another path.
Don’t worry, you will love it too.
Now let’s start our walk by the church.
But before we go through that gate, let’s stop and see if we can find some flowers.
Ah, there they are.
Lovely crocuses, aren’t they?
I love its purple colour, looking so vibrant among all that green.
Now let’s go through that gate and step into the graveyard.
Lovely blue sky, the bluest of blue. Now if only the sky stayed that way, all would be lovely.
Little T loves it here. She likes to wander around and inspect the different graves and likes to have a little poke around.
And through that gate, you’ll see the ocean.
And the wild expanse of headland which Doc loves.
Now you see why we call it doggie heaven.
And there’s the coast-guard’s hut, its white building against a shade of blue and brown.
See that bit of rock, I like to sit there and watch the sea when it’s calm like today, or even when it’s raging as if in torment, although the wind can be rough, sometimes it scares me, and I wonder if I’ll get blown away.
My first sighting of tourists, you always see them up there, especially in a lovely day like this one.
You’re lucky it’s low-tide and you can see the blow-hole in all its glory. When the sea is mad, you can see the waves thrashing against the rocks and making a loud bellowing noise in and out that hole, like a dragon puffing out steam.
And there’s our little village nestled against the valley.
On this side, you can see the 15th century harbour wall, during peak season, you’ll see the tourists enjoying the sun in all its glory.
I’ve never seen that small truck in the water before, I’m not sure what it’s doing there.
The trees are slowly beginning to show some leaves.
Little T’s school is somewhere there.
And now we’ve come full circle.
And Doc is waiting for us by the church.
But before we end this walk, I have one more beautiful sight to show you.
Yes, the snowdrops are here.
Does it really mean that spring has sprung?
What do you think?