We thought we’d take our favourite ramble around Perranuthnoe with a little diversion into Marazion. It’s a lovely walk this one and we nearly always see some interesting birds foraging in the quiet coves along the way. And it might be the last time……….that’s what I kept thinking as we walked along.
All the lovely things today…….sunshine…..walking……Wimbledon….etc etc.
We have a little book on our bookshelf, unfortunately not dated, but I would guess it was published in the 1950’s. The youngest Master RR found it in a bookshop in Edinburgh (yeah…how strange is that!) and it’s called the ‘Official Guide to Helston and the Lizard Peninsula’.
We went back to Predannack today and walked along the cliffs to Kynance Cove, returning across Lower Predannack Downs. Last month when we did this walk we were enveloped in thick fog. Today, we enjoyed bright sunshine for most of the time and could see for miles out to sea and across the heathland. Continue reading →
It’s been a struggle to get out this week, a couple of days at work seems to have left me tired and lethargic. I know that a walk would make me feel better but the weather has been uninspiring and it seems easier to stay at home and sew!
Having decided against a planned walk yesterday after waking up to a steady downpour, today we ventured out anyway in thick fog and heavy drizzle, and we’re glad we did. The rain and fog faded away as we neared our starting point and the sun even managed to struggle through the clouds for part of the way. Continue reading →
Another walk from the very useful iwalkCornwall website today (www.iwalkCornwall.co.uk) starting from the strangely named Hell’s Mouth where, fortunately there is a very nice cafe serving yummy lemon cake! Continue reading →