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... of her life-giving energy flowing through places recognised as centres of illumination."
We drew ourselves away regretfully from this lovely setting and descended down to a small chain ferry, The King Harry Ferry. Crossing the river we then walked on up and up and up with hot tired feet and Ed describing his first blister, a nasty one sitting under the ball of his foot. We stop briefly in Philleigh at the Roseland Inn for coffee ...
... where we find our spirits lifted by the unexpected delights of a waterside family cafe serving remarkably good coffee and a homemade cake. In fact, we regret having carried pork pies and sandwiches as the meals we saw from the largely vegetarian menu looked remarkably appetising.
We continue to walk around the other side of the lake and into Stithians where we found the church calm and inviting despite preparations that were ...
... end we had reached Crowan and once again found calm and peace.
Another highlight today was finding we could once again feast on blackberries by the roadside which have all come into season. They became refreshment to help us scale Tregonning Hill where we sat with 360 degree views. In this airy environment we could gaze at the sea on either side of Cornwall and our lunch seemed that much ...
... to the Castle. Our first direct benefit from 4 years of membership. We read in the guide book that the Mary ley line only goes through the bottom of the mount and not the Castle and at this time of year, with tourists thick on the ground, it is hard to get a sense of any special connection to things of a more spiritual nature.
I should have mentioned before now that the only reason we are walking this route was because of an article posted ...
... day’s end, we are carrying a
tent and sleeping bags for the first time in Britain. The idea of wild camping
has given new stimulus to our thinking and while offering liberation from
civilisation, it also provides the somewhat daunting prospect of nights confronting
the full potential stored up in the British weather. It also means my pack is
However, these really are but surface level changes, a new
veneer colouring ...