|St Anthony Head hound walk
||Too windy for canoeing (F5/6 from the east) so a yomp with the hound around St Anthony Head. Top walk with just about the right amount of up and downiness.
|2200 miles cycled this year
||With the start of Storm Dylan bringing in some winds, I cycled just far enough to reach 2200 miles in 2017 (and far enough to prove I'd finally fixed the slow puncture that had been giving me grief).
|Picklecombe to King William dockyard
||From Fort Picklecombe to Mount Edgecumbe and then across the Cremyl Ferry to the King William dock yards. Fearnley Whittingstalls River Cottage Canteen wouldnt serve us. Something about a wet muddy dog. Their loss. The Stable at Mount Edgecumbe did us a lovely cauliflower soup and pampered Scooby with dog biscuits.
||A short walk down to one of our favourite canoeing spots on the Helford - without a canoe this time.
This is where Scooby previously learnt to swim just for the fun of it so Liz was keen to take him back for another paddle.
|Fowey to Megavissey
||A walk down into Fowey and then a ferry from Fowey to Megavissey. On the trip into Fowey the ferry had spotted a large whale and porpoises but no such luck on our trip.
From Megavissey, we walked round to Portmellon.
The 26 miles wasn't all dog walking - it includes the return ferry distance!