Little T's Headland


Haven’t posted photos of Little T’s headland in a while, maybe because during the summer holidays, my husband isn’t busy with work so much and so he gets to walk Doc most of the time.   But now that he’s back on the grind and today in fact, was his first lecture/tutorial in Plymouth and so, little T and I took Doc out for a walk up the headland.


Entrance to the Headland, or depends where you’re coming from, you could also go in through the graveyard or the side of the church.


And off they go!  Before letting Doc off the leash though, I usually check if there are other dog-walkers.  He still gets over-excited and goes all silly when there are other dogs around.


In spite the greyish clouds hovering in the distance, it was still a lovely day.  As you can see, we came out all bundled-up, but at the end of the walk, layers had to go.


There’s little T marching through the headland.


And Doc, doing what he does best – springs across the grass.  He absolutely loves it here.  Then again, all dogs do.


Took this photo of the empty harbour, minus the tourists and then noticed the rainbow… Can you see it?


Little T with our little now quiet village in the background.


Then I heard voices and spied them – tourists!  They are still here after-all.  We expect things to die down just a bit, and then, perhaps they’ll be a small wave of visitors over the half-term break at the end of the month, before it all goes hush again.


And there’s my country-girl who loves climbing gates.

What’s your weekend like?

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall


  1. I love this post. It shows a bit of your life there. The other photos in the past do, too, but there’s a different feeling with this post altogether. 🙂

  2. Lovely photos of your walk and your village, I know you are not that far from me, and the coastline looks strangely familiar even though we are a little south. I think claiming back the dog walks sounds a bonus! thank you for sharing on Country Kids

    • Thank you! Yes, Coombe Mill isn’t that far from Bos at all. The few times we’ve been up to St. Breward, I always keep an eye for the sign to the Mill… It’s beautiful around your place too 🙂 x

  3. What a beautiful place for a wander! I could not imagine taking our dog there though as she would pull me over the edge!

    • Oh but if your dog is running scot-free, it wouldn’t pull you off the edge! It will be too busy running around like a loony 😉

  4. suzanne3childrenandit

    Boscastle. Just stunning. How lucky you are to have this right on your doorstep. Gorgeous photos too.

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