Andy kindly offered to accompany me and carry my guitar on the relatively short walk to Tintagel along the coast. So we set off in the strong wind, led most of the way by an excitable Stella! Helen who is an artist, very kindly gave me some post cards with prints of some of her coastal paintings on. I agreed to make it my game to try and take pictures of as many of these landscapes as I can along the rest of my journey. (the first of these can be seen below). The surprisingly busy nature of the path today marked the beginning of half term - though I am looking forward to this Business, I am trying not to let it lure me into a false sense of security too much as I know that next week the path will be almost empty.
But anyway, here I am in the Pub in Tintagel, after spending the day, fantasising about King Arthur, I have really enjoyed a night in the pub to catch up on the huge amount of uploading I had to do as I've been out of Wi-Fi for the last few days. Please do SCROLL DOWN THIS PAGE AS I HAVE UPLOADED LOADS OF NEW CONTENT TODAY.
Back off the the tent in a minute, which I had handily been able to set up in a campsite, before I head off to Port Isaac tomorrow. I am slightly nervous about the fact that I am supposed to be performing in Polzeath on Wednesday! I should probably start thinking about that tomorrow! Although everyone I tell about it seems to be far more worried than me which is slightly disorientating. Please do send me any suggestions, of anything you have particulalry liked, that you think I should show people, or any idea of something I might be able to do in Polzeath, either comment below (by clicking where is says "no comments", or email me)
Speak again soon, enjoy your walk x