The other end!

25 June 2015

I was quite excited when i woke, it was going to be a good day, not only was the sky clear but I'd be able to see the most south westerly point of Britain later maybe even reach it by nightfall. I left my secluded little spot earlier than normal ...

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Perfect Home

23 June 2015

23rd June day 474 The air was still and the skies clear. Inside the tent i was slowly baking. I wasn't far from st Agnes having perched on the cliffs that night. It didn't take long at all before i found myself descending towards the little villa...

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Perfect world

22 June 2015

The sea below the cliffs had been roaring all night and hadn't let up even by the morning. It had rained hard throughout the night while I had slept but had thankfully stopped by the time i woke. The wind was still blowing hard though. Packing the te...

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Day 9 13th September

Having recovered from the dehydration i set about clearing up camp and got myself the shower i had promised myself the night before. Whilst making final checks i began chatting to the elderly lady who owned the campsit...