Day 75: Penhale Sands to Newquay – Piran & Gannel

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Cornwall, England
Penhale Training Area, Cornwall.

Penhale Training Area, Cornwall.

Penhale Sands, Cornwall.

Penhale Sands, Cornwall.

6th Century St Piran’s Oratory in Penhale Sands, Cornwall, among the oldest places of Christian worship in Britain.

6th Century St Piran’s Oratory in Penhale Sands, Cornwall, among the oldest places of Christian worship in Britain.

Penhale camp, Cornwall.

Penhale camp, Cornwall.

Fishing at Penhale Point, Cornwall.

Fishing at Penhale Point, Cornwall.

Cave at Hoblyn’s Cove, Cornwall.

Cave at Hoblyn’s Cove, Cornwall.

Penhale Sands Receiving Station, HF loop antenna, Cornwall.

Penhale Sands Receiving Station, HF loop antenna, Cornwall.

A tight fit, Penhale Point, Cornwall.

A tight fit, Penhale Point, Cornwall.

Gull Rocks from Holywell Bay, Cornwall.

Gull Rocks from Holywell Bay, Cornwall.

Gull Rocks & Holywell Dunes, Cornwall.

Gull Rocks & Holywell Dunes, Cornwall.

The Gannel, tidal estuary, Newquay, Cornwall.

The Gannel, tidal estuary, Newquay, Cornwall.

Crossing of the Gannel, Newquay, Cornwall.

Crossing of the Gannel, Newquay, Cornwall.

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3 thoughts on “Day 75: Penhale Sands to Newquay – Piran & Gannel”

  1. Really like that second photo of the dunes in the mist. Also the eighth just made me think – have you seen this chicken?!

    • It was magic to camp in the dunes, the sand was warm to sleep on and my tent in covered in dozens of tiny snails in the misty morning. Yes, the rest of the chicken must be somewhere!

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