A safe landing above prior to having our daily walk from home.
Quite a dull morning but nice to get out of the house. "Shoulders back and swing your arms," as my dear old dad would say when I was a lolloping teenager - gosh, that was a long time ago. Anyway, the river is still flowing and bubbling along nicely.
Lots of green about, on the trees and the old walls.
This cottage knows its place in life, judging by its very own signpost: eighteen miles from Newquay and sixteen and a half miles from Truro.
Now it's time to get annoyed! The notice on the pole below clearly states a £500 fine for not cleaning up dog poo. But still some dog walkers don't pick up. Oh, and then there are the dog 'owners' who pick up the poo, put it into a plastic bag, and then leave the bag.
Mustn't let it spoil the walk.
Some colour to brighten the moment.
And finally for today a photo looking back at pre-coronavirus days. This is Cornwall's north coast at Bude. Looking forward to walking Cornwall's coastal path again. In the meantime stay safe and thanks for visiting my blog.