Saturday, 27 June 2015

A Year in Pictures – 21 June 2015 – Dinas Head

On Sunday, 21 June my friends and I ventured westwards on a long walk from the house where we were staying in North Cornwall to Trevose Head. We followed the line of the coast, dipping down from the cliffs to walk on the sands at Harlyn Bay and Mother Ivey's Bay. The weather was bright and sunny but there was a fresh chilly breeze to keep us cool as we kept up a steady pace for several miles.

We finally sat down when we reached the grassy slope just below the lighthouse at Trevose Head, where we had some sandwiches and looked westwards across a short stretch of sea to Dinas Head.

We made our way home by a slightly shorter route that took us more inland at points and through the campsite above Mother Ivey's Bay. There I bought a small packet of clotted cream fudge (produce of the Chough Bakery in Padstow). After nearly a week there are still a couple of cubes of this voluptuous confection left.

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