It doesn’t snow very often in Cornwall. To relations living in a more northerly UK latitude I joke that it’s because we are near the equator here, compared to them anyway.

This was the second hit in a couple of weeks, the last one hung around for two or three days and we were genuinely snowed in, farm vehicles were the only traffic capable of moving in our lanes.

Today the 3 inches or so was already melting away by lunchtime after coming down yesterday so we headed up to Warbstow Bury, the ancient hill fort site with panoramic views over the countryside, for our walk.

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