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Au revoir to the cliff

So it’s au revoir to the cliff for teenage son as he heads off for university in ten days time.

On a beautiful sunny day last week we walked up to Rame Head at the east side of Whitsand Bay. 63 more words

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Portwrinkle to Rame

After dining at the Finnygook Inn we dropped down from Crafthole to Portwrinkle.

The beaches feature a gravelly sand, but the vast expanse in between is ankle twisting, seaweed laden rocks. 61 more words

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People refer to the wild horses on Rame Head as “Dartmoor Ponies”.

I’m not well versed in matters equestrian, but this “horse” was one of several grazing just below the old chapel. 81 more words

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Bench Testing

Take a couple of old timers.

Let them loose in the countryside.

They’ll soon need a rest.

Mr and Mrs took to their “Bench Testing” utilising vastly different techniques. 14 more words

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Fort Picklecombe from Penlee

It was great to be back on the Cornish Coast Path, especially as I rather messed up my last visit here.

During our all brief stay at Cawsand we re-traced our steps to the East, passing above… 77 more words

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Battling the Cornish Weather at Rame Head

It’s no secret that I had a tough week last week, particularly if you have read my last post.

Feeling low on energy due to lack of sleep and food, I headed out for a Sunday afternoon walk. 296 more words

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