The Driftwood Spars B & B
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... taking the paint off Inga. She beeped frantically at us, slowly at first, and then the beeps became more rapid, pacing with our own heartbeat. We tried not to panic, but really, we were right there with her.
We found a car park and gratefully stopped, got out and walked to get our nerves and breath back. It took a while to stop shaking.
This was after about three hours of near constant fear as we navigated narrow lanes, often a ...
... this way for another way home and to have afternoon coffee. I was amazed as to the number of sun bakers on the beach, which consisted of beautiful sand, not like the pebbles of Kent.
Coffee and cake enjoyed, then homeward bound. A lot of beauty in this county, both inland and ...
Weather: Mild, mostly sunny
Bodmin Moor was crossed, taking us from Cornwall's southern coast to the north-west coast to the town of Port Isaac where our (frustrating?) Doc Martin tv series has been made. Wow, what a thrill to visit this town, which is benefitting from tourism due to "Doc Martin". We had to park the car in a 'pay ...
Weather: Lovely, mild, mostly sunny.
A day outing with Roger and Jan, leaving home 10.30am., heading for Port Isaac. Golitha Falls on River Fowey was our first stop with a lovely short walk along the rippling stream tumbling over rocks and pebbles.
Coffee stop at ...
We got up this morning and Val and I went for a run around Pendennis Point. It was rainy and windy and not very nice, so we scrapped our plans to take a ferry trip to St Mawes. After the run we all had a nice breakfast at our B&B, and then went into town where we spent the morning looking into shops and having coffee. We had a nice lunch downtown with Cornish Pasty. In the afternoon we ...