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Taking onboard the one bit of exercise we can do each day during this pandemic we have chosen to walk along bits of the south west coast path that are accessible from our home. We have to walk through … Continue reading
We did one of our weekend walks with Mad Friend and dog[s] – she was puppy sitting for a neighbour, a cute little thing half Jack Russell, half Shih Tzu so it tickled me that it went by the name … Continue reading
For the second year Visit Cornwall has Cawsand to Whitsand Bay as one of its top five dog friendly walks in Cornwall, recommended by the South West Coast Path. At 5.2 miles it combines stunning views of both West Devon … Continue reading
Schools break up today for the start of the summer holidays and as per usual we have had a stonking June weather wise and, even though it’s extremely hot in England at the moment, we have had 24 hours of … Continue reading
The online tourist board visitor guide for Cornwall have posted their best 5 dog walks in the county and its there, Cawsand to Whitsand Bay, 5.2 miles with Whitsand being a dog friendly beach all year round. The SW coast … Continue reading
Saw the old year out and the new one in on a North Cornish cliff at mad friends long time family home in Trevone, affectionately known by us and others as, Trev 1. There were storms aplenty but they came … Continue reading
As regular readers will know I have a mad friend and yesterday was her birthday. She wanted to go on her favourite dog walk starting at 9am, otherwise the car park would be full. This is the car park at … Continue reading
I have just spent a rather blissful week on a campsite in St Buryan, located on the B3315 from Mousehole to Treen. Just a ten minute walk to the sea and with coastal views, it was lovely to be able … Continue reading
I mentioned in a previous post that I would report back on a rumoured landslip at Freathy. We managed a last walk of 2012 yesterday and were able to tell neighbours that, yes the rumours were true. We had to … Continue reading