Not so much goodbye England, more of au revoir Cornwall. I’ve loved the people of Cornwall even more than the magnificent scenery.
Climbing through someone’s garden you would expect to be told in no uncertain terms to “get orff moi land” but no, in Cornwall everyone we have bumped into on their own property all asked two questions,
1 are you losts
2 can I help you get to where you need to be?
brilliant people, I love Cornwall!
But now it’s time to say goodbye to old Cornwall for I have reached the sea on the North Cornish Coast at crantock beach and will be flying over the Bristol Channel tomorrow to South Wales in a tiny aircraft in the morning when I will be met by the support vehicle ‘the battle bus’ and her driver for the duration, Richard Pinn, it’s shaping up to be a great trip.
went like this :- 7 mile walk, stop at pub for sandwich and pint, enjoy some chat with the locals, look at map, see we are ahead of time, re route the afternoon walk to take in a bit more coast line, increase miles walked to 18 from 13 . Way to go team LSW! Obviously enjoying walking so much that a few additional miles are just what is needed to fill out a day. Another stunning day of sunshine and fabulous walking.
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Tomorrow is a rest/ travel day but we will have stories to tell, watch this space