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Travel Blogs from Bude
... allotment keeping him very busy and Rose is showing her age a close to 90.
Sharon has organised a family reunion dinner for Saturday night which will see a cast of thousands with all of John and Maureens kids and grand kids,not sure of numbers but it will be a crowd.
Today the weather vis a bit grey looking, but dry!!
Dave & Lona.
... the carpark and we headed back to Port Isaac.
After a pasty lunch we strolled down to the harbour, I found a bowl of cockles at last, but at 2 quid for a tiny bowl I hope Westward Ho! can offer something better. We awalked up as far as the Docs house for a photo.
We are now back in our comfortable room watching the evening news and thinking maybe a fish and chips supper may be the go.
... to keep Mrs Brown happy.
From there north skirting the Cornish Atlantic coast to just before Wadebridge and a lovely bar/restaurant for a Sunday carvery Pork Roast.
Found some more single lane roads finding our way into Port Isaac and looking for The Gallery B & B, where we are booked in for tomorrow night!! Got lucky, they had a cancellation so we are here for two nights..
... house boats. After an hour or two of the flat stuff I was getting a bit bored, not with the flat running but with the same scenery. I imagine it is paradise for bird watchers especially with the tide out as it was, I saw dozens of twitchers out with their binoculars. But by 2.30p.m. I was 1 ½ Km away from where I had been at 10.00a.m!
At the southern tip of Braunton Burrows you have a choice of running along the ...
... suddenly made me realise how slow I was going.
At the Clovelly car park I entered The Hobby Drive which stretched for some 2 miles through the woods. I was disappointed. Firstly it was constructed of large blocks of road stone that over time had become anything but level. An accident waiting to happen. So I decided to eat my lunch whilst on the move along the road. The pheasants were getting their lunch too; a gamekeeper was dropping off bags ...