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Cataclew Quarry

Elvan is very hard volcanic rock formed where magma intruded into other rocks to form a (vertical) dyke or (horizontal) sill that cooled fairly quickly, resulting in fairly small crystals. 192 more words

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A little trip to Cornwall...

5th-9th April 2016

As a child I visited the cornish coast a lot, but after a 6 year break and considering it was the Easter holidays I was dead set on getting away for a few days, so we decided to make the most of my Grandparents Cornish holiday home once again. 785 more words

I’ve ‘BinTwo’ here

Padstow or ‘Padstein’ as its more recently come to be known by is a beautiful seaside town in Cornwall, England. It has a wonderful summer time atmosphere and with the sun shining there’s few other places like it. 315 more words


An escape to Cornwall, and a review of Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant, Padstow

After an incredible foodie weekend in Wales, I spent just 4 days in London before getting on another train – this time to Cornwall. A place that I had previously associated only with… 858 more words

Restaurant Reviews

Nice poddle about on the Camel Trail

Riding. Alone again. Naturally

Kenn at dialysis so there will be no evening riding today, anyway he has to go to the docs about his meds. 1,359 more words

Camel Riding

… along the Camel Trail in Cornwall! We have just taken the tandem on its longest journey away from home yet. We were staying in Padstow, which is at the start of the cycle route along the Camel estuary. 363 more words

Multiple Sclerosis

Brown River

Up to 40mm of rain fell across the Duchy causing rivers to burst their banks, one of these was the river Camel. The river has now turned a very different colour and a distinct line can be seen between the mud filled river and the incoming tide. 36 more words

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