Post 7/2023 Cornwall UK Monday 6 March . . . A memorable moment last week involved looking across Cornwall from coast to coast. We walked to Trencrom Hill from where we could see the Atlantic to the north and St Michael’s Mount in the English Channel to the south–a distance of 8.5 miles between Carbis Bay and Marazion..
We were hosting nephew Dylan Mast for a few days while he was traveling in the UK and Europe, before being called up by his airline for his inauguration flight as a first officer. Trencrom, with an altitude of 170 metres (550 feet), proved his favourite walk. We paused there for a picnic, returning home by different paths.
Sunday fellowship walk
We “braved” some chilly weather to join a group of 14 on the monthly fellowship walk organized by St Anta Church. We started at Tehidy Woods for a circular walk to the village of Portreath and back.
A buzz about
A spot of humour
A friend occasionally forwards a compendium of humorous quotes. Here are three samples.
Honk if you love peace and quiet.
If the shoe fits, get another one just like it.
You can’t have everything. Where would you put it?
‘Till next time
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I love the quotes. Honk if you love peace and quiet. I got a chuckle out of that one. Your walking trails seem magical. So nice you had your nephew visit.