North Cornwall: driving again
Well as I said in my last post as soon as I knew I needed to get on with things I elected to stop and go for a quick break away, before the Bank Holiday and chaos.
I drove down to Cornwall early on Wednesday morning as was on the border with Devon / Cornwall for around 10am, giving me a potential 10 hours worth of day to enjoy the beeches of North Cornwall. I stopped overnight in Redruth.
The weather was fantastic and it was a great to get out of the car and have a wander up and down some of the best beeches in Cornwall.
I had a wander down to the shore line itself and the water was crystal clear. Its was so good to see it well patrolled by lifeguards, clean and importantly Litter free.
From here I move onto St Agnes, and has a spot of Late Lunch sat outside in the sun…
Find of the Day had to be ChapelPorth, a National Trust beech, small and rather down the end of a long winding lane (with the typical steep roads Cornwall).
The last beech of the day Was Hayle, the huge golden sand beech that is so long it becomes a mirage in the distance… lots of ice cream was involved in today!!