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... of the Land's End headland and wish it still had the original charm Cape Cornwall has retained. Surprisingly the whole headland is privately owned and much of it is dominated by commercial development, including a fun park, hotel and shopping complex. I didn't think it was too bad; the key section of the headland that is in fact the most westerly point in England has nothing on it but The First and Last Café in England.
It was quite a difficult walk today. Just 11 miles from Pendeen to Sennen Cove but a lot of ups and downs as well as some rock scrambling. Again all coastal scenery so I reckon most blog readers will have had enough photos of the coast. But today was a little different in that the path passed through probably the most heavily copper and tin mined section of the Cornish coast with ...
... the old engine houses and chimney stacks dotted along the coast as if guarding it like turrets.
Seeing Shetland ponies grazing in fields as we walked past (Shetlands are used for conservation purposes to keep down introduced plant species).
Stopping for a well earned rest at Geevor Mine Cafe and enjoying a mini High Tea.
Finally limping into St Just, England's most westerly town, following several aborted attempts at ...
... she reckoned the queues were too long! Two weeks after returning to Oz, she needed life threatening emergency surgery for secondary cancer in the bowel. Her survival was just one of miracles Cate pulled off.)
Pendeen is a very small Cornish village and I was therefore surprised but very pleased to spot a doctor's surgery as I walked in. And even more pleased when the receptionist gave me the last available appointment for the day. A very nice ...
6 June 2015
Just a short six mile hike today from Hayle to the very
popular tourist destination of St Ives.
As I walked I couldn’t help remembering a riddle in one of the Arthur Mee’s Children’s encyclopaedias that I must have read as an eight or nine year old.
“As I was going to St Ives, I met a man with seven wives, each wife had seven cats, and each cat had seven ...