Monthly Archives: June 2018

Last day on the Lizard – the west coast.

Left the B&B with my 4kg daysack to find the guys with their 14kg rucksacks, and we headed west on the start of our longest day – maybe 14 miles – down to Caerthillian Cove before turning north for Kynance … Continue reading

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Lizard walking – day two.

Yesterday, after a pub lunch in Porthallow, we forced our way up a little used footpath we had been told was the Coastal Path.  It became clear that ‘was‘ was the operative word. This morning we found more diversions to … Continue reading

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Two weeks in the far west

At the end of May Tony, Jerry and I set out for Cornwall arriving at Porthleven campsite in the late afternoon.  Though I hadn’t seen the campsite before I did know the bar that ran it – ‘Out of the … Continue reading

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