Another weekend, another hike and coastal path adventure. Emily and I have decided to try and hike the whole coastal path in the coming years, stage by stage. At 630 miles long we know this is a challenge for several years to come, but this weekend we chipped off another 7 miles. Previously walking Rame Head to Plymouth and Plymouth to Jennycliff we decided to go back to Rame and go west further into Cornwall.
The always spectacular Rame Head
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After feeling ill for the past week but starting to feel back to my old self in time with the weather improving this weekend, I decided to take Emily to see my favourite place in the local area, Rame Head. As featured previously here. Catching the number 70 bus from outside Plymouth Train Station, we arrived at Rame village by 10:30. From there, it wasn’t long before Emily caught her first glimpse of St. Michael’s Chapel on top of the peninsula.
Heading towards St Michael’s Chapel
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This week I went out with my best friend, Rob Waldron, and explored part of the Rame Peninsula. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1959, I was excited to take Rob out to see one of my favourite places in our local area. Heading off at lunchtime, after the weather had mostly cleared, we decided to go for a slightly longer drive and crossed the Tamar Bridge instead of the Torpoint Ferry.
Heading to Saint John Village
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