2 May 2014
This is a record of day 3 of the South West Coast Path, on a day of mixed weather, some sunshine with a light breeze but no rain.
The ascent during the day was 3036 feet and the distance walked was 14.24 miles.
A morning shot from the bedroom - Ploperro harbour boats. The night seagull has gone home for a bit of kip to be replaced by the daytime one.
The B&B, The House on Props, and these are the props.
On the way out of Polperro stood this house, called the 'Shell House'.
If you want a good pub in Polperro you couldn't do better than the Blue Peter Inn.
Polperro looking a bit misty in the morning.
Looe Island behind Hore Stone .
It was a bit of a shock to see someone collapsed on the floor, but soon realised that he was just sleeping.
Seal statue of Nelson at the entrance to Looe Harbour. For 25 years Nelson lived and fed in Looe Harbour but later in life he lived on Looe Island just outside the harbour but still came over to Looe for his meals.
This charming little baby donkey was so excited to see a visitor that it ran round with great excitement occasionally jumping into the air.
Soay ewe and two ram lambs at Crafthole. A rare breed from the St. Kilda Islands in the North Atlantic off the coast of Scotland they are self shearing.