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Travel Blogs from Ilfracombe
... 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.
... I told her about my mum, God rest her soul! who fought with the condition so long. Then in walked a couple of Scotsmen, Chris and Mark who both stay over at this pub on independent business. Mark was an absolute card! He is a Change Management consultant and funny as! and we talked with them and the owner Jane for ages. Jane showed us around the Manor and into a secret little doorway that led into a large "ball room"! Over ...
... altitude. Yes, I know that is impossible, but with the excitement and adrenalin of the last day, that is how it felt.
In Culbone Wood they had been cutting down the Rhododendrons big time. Some areas were devoid of trees, just dead Rhodies piled up like a natural rubbish tip. Though there were plenty of new shoots of Rhodies starting to fight back. Someone needs a lesson from the Glaswegians we met in The Whistle Field Inn at Loch Eck. ...
... at 318m is the highest coastal hill in England according to the landlord of the Chichester in Morthoe last night. Apparently he's in the coastal rescue team and they have 500’ ropes for working in North Devon. Anyway in 35 mins. I was almost touching the clouds which hovered over the top of Great Hangman. It was really spooky. A nice pint of Gem by the way in The Chichester, even though it comes from Bath.
I was probably quicker ...
... by now, we saw dolphins around Baggy point. Or were they Porpoises? Whichever, we enjoyed watching them as they seemed to follow us into Putsborough. Today though it was head down to keep the rain out the eyes. Then there’s the huge Whale bone entering Croyde. I dragged Lydia and Ellie as 4 year olds, in pink willies and macs along the path to see it in weather similar to today’s. That year the weather was so bad, we packed the tent ...