Day 78: Dinham to Port Gaverne – 2,000 Km!

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Cornwall, England
St Enodoc’s Church, resting place of John Betjeman, Trebetherick, Cornwall.

St Enodoc’s Church, resting place of John Betjeman, Trebetherick, Cornwall.

Fortress, Polzeath, Cornwall.

Fortress, Polzeath, Cornwall.

Polzeath from Pentire Point, Cornwall.

Polzeath from Pentire Point, Cornwall.

Dry stone wall near Pentire Point, Cornwall.

Dry stone wall near Pentire Point, Cornwall.

Coast path to The Rumps, an iron age fort, Cornwall.

Coast path to The Rumps, an iron age fort, Cornwall.

Port Isaac I, Cornwall.

Port Isaac I, Cornwall.

Port Isaac II, Cornwall.

Port Isaac II, Cornwall.

Port Isaac III, Cornwall.

Port Isaac III, Cornwall.

2000 Km walked since London, Port Gaverne, Cornwall.

2000 Km walked since London, Port Gaverne, Cornwall.

Last light, Tresungers Point, Cornwall.

Last light, Tresungers Point, Cornwall.

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Camp with view to Tintagel, Tresungers Point, Cornwall.

Camp with view to Tintagel, Tresungers Point, Cornwall.

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3 thoughts on “Day 78: Dinham to Port Gaverne – 2,000 Km!”

  1. Congratulations on 2,000 km. And that was a long walk. I remember the section from Port Quin to Port Isaac as particularly strenuous.

    • Thank you – I remember you warning me that these parts were hilly. Had to dig deep a few times when yet another 200m steep up and down follows in sequence. It’s the fifth one in row that always gets me!

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