SENNEN COVE......Better a day late than never, well worth the drive for the names of the places we passed through. Drift--Catchall--Lower Leha--Crows-an-wra--Newshop--Cattle Grid, sorry delete the last it's a feature not a place.
Parked up and paid for two tickets, thought this would save an almighty row should the clamp man come round. As you can see a pristine sand, well almost, despite my shouting heel, Molly had to do a quick lap of the beach. The sun didn't actually shine but it got damn close.
We thought it time to see what the village had to offer, at first glance very little but on closer inspection quite a lot.
Built by giants for dwarves (am I still allowed to use this noun?). A little more effort and they could build a cottage out of four stones. Both the dog and I were well impressed. For once I didn't have to clone out the TV aerial and satellite dish, just a large garish sign reminding me to Pay and Display...Cretins! It's in their interests for one to forget!
Our wanderings were curtailed by the arrival of two Shearings coaches. For those unfamiliar with this company, they arrange holidays to places that are shut. However a good morning and amazingly enough pictures for a half dozen posts.
Tomorrow it's us away to St Keverne, where there may or may not be internet. If not will post at the earliest opportunity.
Keep safe in the forecast weather, all the best.