29 October 2016

Project 366 2016 #43

Half term break arrived for week 43 of Project 2016 and it was time for a change of scenery!

Project 366 2016 #43 day 297 - Sweet peas // 76sunflowers
Project 366 2016 #43 day 298 - Crackington Haven // 76sunflowers
Project 366 2016 #43 day 299 - Cotehele Mill // 76sunflowers
Project 366 2016 #43 day 300 - Bude to Widemouth Bay coastal path // 76sunflowers
Project 366 2016 #43 day 301 - Dartmoor // 76sunflowers
Project 366 2016 #43 day 302 - Jamaican Ginger Cake // 76sunflowers
Project 366 2016 #43 day 303 - Snail // 76sunflowers

Day 297
We headed off on our short break today but not before stopping off before leaving Wiltshire at the husband's office. As I sat and waited for him I noticed some beautiful sweet peas still going strong.
Day 298
We woke up in Cornwall today and headed out to the coast to get our fix of sea air. Crackington Haven was the second beach of the day after stopping off at Widemouth Bay and popping into the inland town of Launceston for a book haul at the local charity shops.
Day 299
Today we headed inland again to the lovely Cardinham Woods followed by Cotehele. Here we explored the waterside and mill sampling some freshly baked ginger cake using the ground flour from the mill.
Day 300
Back to the coast today. This morning I ran from our caravan outside of Bude, through the town and along the coastal path to Widemouth Bay - and back to Bude again to meet the gang. It was a lovely 7 miles with the toughest part being the uphill stretches of off-road terrain along the cliff tops. It set me up perfectly for the day and a pasty was well deserved!
Day 301
Time to wave goodbye to Cornwall today but instead of heading straight for home we stopped off in Devon for a wander around Tavistock then headed across to Princetown for a rather bleak walk across Dartmoor.
Day 302
Dentist day today followed by a productive day in the house including baking a Jamaican Ginger Cake - which seemed to be a bit heavy on the rum!
Day 303
Saturday and run day. A decent 6 miles where, on my cool down at the end, a snail meandered across my path.

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