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Travel Blogs from Boscastle
... 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.
... birthplace of King Arthur of Round Table fame, very legendary as the story spans about 1000 years in the making. Camelot for instance is reputed to be somewhere near Wells in Somerset about 100 miles away!!
You can surely learn more on Google.
We tried to rekindle memories of Boscastle but again parking was a problem and along with a downpour disuaded us from stopping, so a quick ...
... out for a bit of easy running and followed the edge of farmland above 300 – 400’ cliffs. Then followed some pretty woods to run through either side of Clovelly. And of course the inevitable Combes, again with some charming names, another Mouth Mill, Buck’s Mills and Peppercombe. Many of these places were the sites of Lime Kilns where lime and coal would be brought in by sea for firing before distribution to the land above.
One local ...
... of the summer by the looks of it as a front was trundling in to throw some rain at us. And maybe the rest might take the sting out of the afternoon’s heavy legs.
Anyhow, there was one last climb straight after lunch and then it eased up on high flat cliffs for a few Kilometres. But the nap didn’t work, I still felt enormously tired. It’s a bit like a wet Sunday morning at the Kilworth Challenge; you ...
Another tough day today. 20miles with 6,500' of ascent, including High Cliff, the highest sea cliff in southern England, or something similar at 700’+. Although that includes an amazing raised beach which must be a couple of hundred feet, so does that count? And there are lots of old landslips.
There is a bit of a pattern emerging here; I am loving the mornings when fresh, but hating the afternoons when it is hard to ...