Lanie couldn’t turn down the challenge to cross the river on a log.
I have no idea…
I have known Bob since I was sixteen, when he, and another life-long friend, Roy and I were on the same course at college. I’ve known Ann since I was in my early twenties. For over twenty years, we all… Continue Reading →
The river and particularly the area near the falls is chock-a-block with dozens of little stone cairns, just like this one.
Vaction Day 21 – After a chance to dry out and warm up we visited St. Nectan’s Glen The key attraction at St. Nectan’s Glen is St. Nectan’s Kieve Which is another name for a basin or plunge pool, which… Continue Reading →
I took Geology at school That’s probably why I couldn’t resist taking this picture of the rock strata on the beach at Widemouth Bay.
A last look at the sunset before we head back