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Mount Edgcumbe May 2015 2016-05-01 From Maker Heights down to The Earls Drive and round to Cremyl. Then up to Mount Edgcumbe House for luch and the Stables and then back through the rain and the gloopy mist to the camper van at Maker Heights. Next to no visibility for the rest of the day. Glad to be in a campervan rather than a tent!
Maker and the Devonport Arms 2016-04-30 First trip in the new Fiat Ducato Tribute campervan. Camping at Maker Heights and down to the Devonport in Kingsand for a pint.
Maker and Cawsand 2017-08-11 In the camper van at Maker again. Walked down to Cawsand to give the dog a swim and for a pint in the Rising Sun. The weather that evening was really gloopy for mid August!
Maker Heights to Rame Head 2017-08-12 In the camper van at Maker Heights again. As usual a walk to Rame Head and back again with a stop off at Kingsand Beach for Scooby to do some swimming. Liz and I got married at Polhawn Fort (the other side of the peninsula from Cawsand). There musty have been another wedding that day as someone had hired a pilot to "paint" hearts in the sky. Ah - sweet!
Maker to Rame Head 2017-04-09 The usual walk from Cawsand to Rame Head - only slightly longer as we had the campervan up on Maker Heights. A gloriously hot sunny day at the start of April.
Birthday dinner at the Devonport 2017-04-08 Liz and the hound took me to the Devonport for a birthday dinner. Down the cliff path from the campsite at Maker Heights to Cawsand.
The Levellers and Maker Height 2018-06-24 A weekend in Cornwall meeting up with Richard T to see the Levellers. Friday night at the Fishermans Arms in Gollant. Saturday at the Eden Project for A Beautiful Day Out with Ginger Wildheart, Dreadzone, Reef, New Model Army and the Levellers. The Levellers were just about as good as I've ever seen them - everyone was dancing! Then Sunday night up on Maker Heights at Rame. Slight disappointment that the usual camping field was closed - meaning the views of Plymouth Sound weren't quite so good. After a couple of pints in the Devonport Arms in Cawsand and drinking wine until it got dark (about 10:00pm), things got messy!
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