The Cliff Hotel at Bude
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... 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 ...
My title is how thye village describes itself!!
However the day started overcast and we left Penzance at about 9.30am and wended our way through narrow country lanes on the way to St Ives looking for the Chysauster Ancient Village. Found the car park and then started the quite long walk along an access footpath which included and couple of sets of steps, all very much up hill.
... on a grassy square right in the centre of town, before getting legless in the pubs.
After the town, is a lovely coastal stretch back to Morthoe starting with the Torrs Park. I walked this stretch with Deb Kennedy on that field trip in order to study the size and orientation of stones on the beach at Lee Bay! And here is another coincidence, tomorrow Debs goes into hospital for a new hip. Just a few days before ...
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After 2K it did finally ease into the sandy path that I had hoped for but only after untold pain to my hips! It then wound its way through a golf course. I was jogging as quietly as I could behind one of the tees where three guys were playing. One had teed up, taken his practice swings and was into his real downward swing when my mobile ...