Let’s take a stroll from Poole Dorset to Sennen Cornwall in June/July. If you want to join me for a days walk, be good to see you x
I am putting a marker in the sand. I am going to do the other 300+ miles of the South West Coastal Path, but not until June. Let the training begin! Little Mi is preparing by sitting in the car and getting up to mischief when no one is looking! Training regime Yoga weekly class… Continue reading Finally the other half
Sunday 15th October 4pm onwards. At my house, fund raising fun for Eve Appeal Gynaecological Cance Research Charity.
Next Friday 30 th October I am having a few cocktails at my house and sharing some of my stories/experiences of my walk in August from Minehead to Sennen. I am also combining it to raise some money for the Eve Appeal – a female cancer charity I have supported for some years now. So… Continue reading Cocktail Party – Eve Appeal
Today was the most spectacular and long walk so far. From Lynmouth to Coombe Martin. After I had mucked about getting some food and walking up one of the rocks in the Valley of the Rocks, I did not get going properly until nearly 11.30. On reflection for the distance too late. I walked to… Continue reading Day 3
I only went and did it! Bloody hell, it seems surreal that I have finished. The walk from Pendeen Watch to Sennen was perfect. The sun shone for most of the walk apart from one sharp shower. I walked with Andy from St Just to Sennen. The sea was wild and spray was covering us… Continue reading Day 25 I did it!
It was my penultimate walk and the book said severe. I was not looking forward to it because the last severe walk to Port Issac was punishing. Made a good start out of St Ives around the Island and headed of away from Porthmeor Beach. Unfortunately the signs for the path were confusing and I… Continue reading Day 24 St Ives to Pendeen Watch
Perfect day for walking cool but sunny. It was easy section, with only a small amount of cliff walking. Great to have a relaxed day. If you ever want to see a beautiful church call into Lelant which is a couple of miles out of Hayle.Its 10 or 11th century. The carving in the ceiling… Continue reading Day 24 Hayle to St Ives