Hidden Hut and Highland Cattle

Wednesday saw three of us head up the coast for coffee and cake at the Hidden Hut café on Porthcurnick Beach before splitting up to find places to sit and draw.  I went to the top of the field behind the café to get a view over to Nare Head and Gull Rock.

Nare Head and Gull Island across a field of thistles and Gerrans bay

Nare Head and Gull Island across a field of thistles and Gerrans bay

After I’d been sitting for half an hour or so I noticed I was being watched – I could see a young Highland steer, but the camera preferred to focus on a nearby thistle.

Blurred Highland steer peering at an intruder

Blurred Highland steer peering at an intruder

At one o’clock I set off for the Plume of Feathers.  On the way detoured to capture a corrugated iron home seen from above the town earlier.

I'm always pleased to find a good corrugated iron structure, and this is the best in Portscatho.

I’m always pleased to find a good corrugated iron structure, and this is the best in Portscatho.

Booked at table for at the Plume for tomorrow night before calling in at Mr Insoll’s gallery with Jackie for a longish chat.  Then home to prepare dinner – a vegetarian Moussaka based on Pam’s left-over nutroast layered with aubergines, courgettes and potatoes, under an eggy & cheesy sauce all served with baked potatoes and peas.  We are eating so much this holiday.

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