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09 April 2016

More from Cornwall...

I truly believe Cornwall is one of my favourite places.
Here is Sally after the previous day's 12 mile bike ride. Bless her heart, she refused to ride in the dog trailer and trotted alongside instead!
Oysters for dinner.
Views from our coast walk...
A beautiful church at St. Enodoc... Read about its history here -,_Trebetherick

My favourite part -
"Wind-driven sand has formed banks that are almost level with the roof on two sides. From the 16th century to the middle of the 19th century, the church was virtually buried by the dunes and was known locally as "Sinking Neddy"[citation needed] or "Sinkininny Church".[1]To maintain the tithes required by the church, it had to host services at least once a year, so the vicar and parishioners descended into the sanctuary through a hole in the roof."

The view of the ocean beyond is stunning.
Next... We hiked up this big, dadgum hill!
And the view was sooooo worth it!
And it was soooooo windy!
And our reward... Sparkling wine from the Camel  Valley!

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