A nearly 5 mile circular from Sir Walter Scotts House visiting Cauldshiels Loch on the way. You can read about the walk which we’ve done before, here: Two Lochs and some views . It was May last time we walked here and there were lots of wild flowers about. It was too early for those this time, we saw some hawthorn just coming into flower and the wild garlic is budding up now but that was about it. Continue reading →
Monday, 6th July 2015
Our walk today begins at Manaccan, a pretty little village mentioned in the Charter of King Eadgar from 967. Here Manaccan is called Lesmanoc – Place of the Monks. The village is in the Parish of Manaccan, which, together with St Anthony and others, forms part of the Lizard Peninsula known as Meneage – Monkish Land. Continue reading →
Tuesday, 17th March 2015 (Day 2, Week 11)
It’s week 11 guys and I’m still going!! I’ve surprised myself with my persistence!
What’s the weather like where you are? It’s a lovely afternoon here.
And what a heavenly morning Mr RR and I had, starting with a walk around Mylor Bridge and Restronguet Creek, followed by lunch at The Olive Grove Bistro and a little shopping at Coast and Country Crafts and Quilts. What could be better! Continue reading →