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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..
... and Kyle
Along by Chivenor Airfield, which blocks out the view of the river I stopped to look at the Air Sea Rescue helicopter stationed there. They are massive. When you see them on TV you don’t realise how large they are. Two young lads who had passed me earlier on their bikes were equally impressed. One suddenly exclaimed "wow!" but he had seen my 24marathons t shirt and asked if I had really run that many marathons and been ...
... renovating one of the houses by these Lime Kilns in Mouth Mill. He was a confident sort of guy who told me all about the runs he had done in this area and to look out for the Hobby Drive past Clovelly which had been built, he said, by German prisoners of war. This should be well constructed then thinks I, Vorsprung durch Technik! I met up with another group of about 8 walkers somewhere in this vicinity; they had been walking the South West Coast Path for 15 years over ...