golden light bursting through stormy weather Morning inspiration from an evening in 2016 at Treyarnon bay I’m going to try and get a great photo of this beautiful part of the world up every morning while we are in isolation. hopefully earlier than today, just trying to work around file size and compatibility issues while working off a new chrome book.

golden light bursting through stormy weather
Morning inspiration from an evening in 2016 at Treyarnon bay
I’m going to try and get a great photo of this beautiful part of the world up every morning while we are in isolation. hopefully earlier than today, just trying to work around file size and compatibility issues while working off a new chrome book.

We just got the text, so it’s officially #12weeksofisolation As I’m going to be inside for a while, would you prefer to see some of my best photos of this beautiful area or updates on what we are doing to keep going while home in isolation or even both.

We just got the text, so it’s officially #12weeksofisolation
As I’m going to be inside for a while, would you prefer to see some of my best photos of this beautiful area or updates on what we are doing to keep going while home in isolation or even both.

Getting our first outdoor seads in the ground today. Felt like a great achievement and more important than ever right now to be working towards a bit of self reliance. #selfisolation #cornwall #coronadiaries #vegpatch

Getting our first outdoor seads in the ground today. Felt like a great achievement and more important than ever right now to be working towards a bit of self reliance. #selfisolation #cornwall #coronadiaries #vegpatch

With the latest government announcements, I would like to confirm we are currently closed and will continue to be closed for surf lessons over the Easter period. However great Cornwall and surfing is neither should be considered essential travel. I myself am in isolation because my son is in the most vulnerable category for coronavirus and this is expected to last 12 weeks. Good news is Liz is back from Australia next week so if government restrictions and advice change coming into May we can hopefully get back to what we love doing.

With the latest government announcements, I would like to confirm we are currently closed and will continue to be closed for surf lessons over the Easter period. However great Cornwall and surfing is neither should be considered essential travel. I myself am in isolation because my son is in the most vulnerable category for coronavirus and this is expected to last 12 weeks. Good news is Liz is back from Australia next week so if government restrictions and advice change coming into May we can hopefully get back to what we love doing.