Cape Cornwall and Cornish Mining History

Monday, 15th June 2015

Hello,

Well, hasn’t it turned out to be a lovely day….it has in this part of the world anyway!

We went west today, down to Cape Cornwall – the only headland in England referred to as a ‘cape’ apparently. We used directions from iWalkcornwall.co.uk which, as always, were thorough with some very interesting information included. Didn’t stop us getting lost though…on the way back we got confused, took a wrong turn and ended up back on the coast path. Continue reading

The sound of birdsong

Saturday, 4th April 2015, (Day 6, week 13)

Aiming for 1000 miles in one year, an average of 20 miles a week.

So far I’ve walkedĀ 271.5 miles (20.5 miles this week)


Hello

Today the cliffs were alive with the sound of birdsong and Mr RR has a new toy! Continue reading