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The Rugged and Wild coastline of Cornwall.

Why not grab a cup of coffee or a cup of tea and sit with me?
I want to share some photos and some words from my recent trip to Cornwall.
Last week, in the October half term – my cousin, her husband (Tom) and I headed to the Cornish coast.
Last year (2019) we walked some of the Coastal Path down there.
We decided to walk some more sections of it this year.
These are the sections we covered:

1) Penberth Cove to Land’s End (14.8km) – Thurs 29 Oct 2020

2) Pendeed Lighthouse to Gurnard’s Head (9.44km) – Fri 30 Oct 2020

As the age old adage goes, a painting paints a thousand words – why not take a look at my slideshow?

And sometimes, one liners are all we need to get the gist of the story. Here are some one liners that come to mind:

  • Being back at Cornwall, was so good for the soul.
  • There is just something about staring out at the ocean.
  • The rugged and wonderful coastline is breathtaking!
  • Even if the weather was grey, rainy and windy – it was still an adventure nonetheless
  • At one or two points, my cousin (Katie) and I just sat and looked out to the sea. It was incredible to witness the power of the ocean. The waves smashing against the cliff face!
  • Can you believe it? When we got to Land’s End, there was a kiosk by the well known sign. They wanted to charge us to have our photo taken by it? Crazy!! The lyrics from Counting Crows came to mind “they paved paradise and put up a parking lot.”
  • Katie knows lots of people, so we had some friends join us on the Friday. – I love how life has little shared adventures!
  • Each morning, as part of my 50 day cycling challenge, I would head out on my bike and explore the local area around St Just.
  • Exploring a place on wheels or by running is the coolest thing! One notices a lot more!
  • If my bike had the ability to speak – would you sit with it? And hear’s it stories of the various terrains it has covered.
  • In the evening, it was great to sit by our fire place and just chill. Reading, boardgames, and a bottle of wine.

Thanks as always, for visiting my blog and reading about my adventures.

Author:

I am an aspiring and up and coming writer. Dubbed the wondering wanderer. Do come check out my stories.

One thought on “The Rugged and Wild coastline of Cornwall.

  1. Love it always

    On Thu, Nov 5, 2020, 10:11 AM Of Colours and Discovery wrote:

    > Darrel H posted: ” Why not grab a cup of coffee or a cup of tea and sit > with me?I want to share some photos and some words from my recent trip to > Cornwall.Last week, in the October half term – my cousin, her husband (Tom) > and I headed to the Cornish coast.Last year (2019) ” >

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