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Coastlining 14.1: Mullion - Perranuthnoe

Date: 29th May 2014     Distance walked: 15 miles (131 miles total)    Height climbed: 2548 ft

Part 1: Mullion to Porthleven – 6.5 miles 

It’s a relief to get off the pavement and down the footpath at the back of the Polurrian Hotel after making it back to Mullion by a two-bus trip and a brief wait at Helston Sainsbury’s early this morning.  1,518 more words


Minor early morning quake shakes Cornwall

Some Cornwall residents were shaken from their sleep shortly after midnight Saturday by a 3.6 magnitude earthquake.

Natural Resources Canada confirmed the disturbance had its epicentre about 15 kilometres southeast of the seaway city. 24 more words

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The 30 day building challenge - Day 25

Today’s drawing is of a building that really captured my imagination when I chanced upon it earlier in the year.

I was absolutely enchanted by this fisherman’s cottage at Mullion Cove in Cornwall. 55 more words


Mediterranean diet

This hasn’t suddenly changed to a food blog, it remains about my travels and I am still at the Eden Project in Cornwall.  The second biome mimics a Mediterranean climate rather than the rainforest.   157 more words


Ottawa-area blood clinics for the week of November 30

For more information or to book an appointment to give blood, please call 1-888-2-DONATE or visit blood.ca.


Canadian Blood Services, 1575 Carling Ave., 8:30 a.m. 159 more words

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Perils Of A Surf Trip

By Jay Smith

“Did anyone bring any bloody wax?!”

 Be it a quick trip up the coast, or an enforced commute to the sea-side, most of us have taken part in some form of surf trip. 856 more words


Should you have an affair ?

I don’t know whether any of you reading this article will have had an affair or maybe contemplated it. Or even possibly fantasised about it without acting on it. 484 more words