when the sun’s out and the tides in

The tide was in Sunday afternoon so we walked west along the South West Coast path

finding little bays where it’s difficult to see the way down – this one, I’ve been told, is the one only locals go to as the path is too narrow and therefore hard to find for families and it gets cut off at high tide – as you can see.

one of the reasons the lifeguards patrol the bay by boat I guess

Looking back from Sharrow Point towards the East, with all the chalets nestled into the cliffs and the lifeguard hut at Sharrow point (on the right).

The narrow coast path on the return and what’s that coming round from Rame Head?

the Brittany Ferry leaving Plymouth Sound and heading for Roscoff in France, full of people trying to find some sun – Sunday was one of our days of respite from the rain but we’ve woken up today, Monday and the sun has decided to go and ‘play’ somewhere else – again!!!!

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About Ruth

I am an actor and theatre maker, I moved down to the SW of England 17 years ago with my partner and son. Five years ago we bought a chalet on the Rame Peninsula and are fully embracing life of the cliff.
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2 Responses to when the sun’s out and the tides in

  1. Jody says:

    Beautiful country. What a wonderful way to start the week!

  2. Joyce says:

    Love love love to hear all that’s going on your island as i read from mine!

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