There's been complaints of not enough Yogi. Personally, I don't think he could care less.
King¹ of the coastal battery too
[¹] Ewok is very proud of his fatty lumps, but this pic has been Photoshoped to hide one. He's not impressed.
Ewok was in a pesky mood. Tap, tap, Shuffle, shuffle. Still mostly asleep at 0630 but he really, really, wanted me up. So we went for a walk. And what a wonderful way to start the day.
And back home in time for breakie.
Magic Seaweed¹ said poor, with 15ft swell (that's way too big for us), so instead a blustery sunset walk with the pups to Trevone.
[¹] I know it's not Magic Seaweed anymore, but for me it always will be.
POTL had space, so a last minute Thursday date, great food, super service and amazing company. Thank you F. ☆☆☆☆☆'s
Up the hill and over the fields out of Padstow.
Through Crugmeer and then north on the Hawker's Cove road.
Go left when the road goes right, across the field to the coast path.
Before your feet hit the waves, turn right again and follow the path past the coast guard lookout and around the headland of Stepper Point.
Drop down into Hawker's Cove and then across the beach and past the war memorial before dropping back into Padstow.
Snug. Shattered too, but snug.
Ewok has a new coat. Warm, dry and visible. Not that we're victim blaming.
Morning walk across to Hawker's Cove
Always wondered why these trees are exactly there. Maybe this is the answer.
It was a little breezy.
With showers mixed in with the breeze.
A beautiful way to spend time with lovely F.
When we first started charging here there were three chargers. There's a few more than that now.
End of the game, the team came over to thank the fans. And us.
The not so nice bit of the Wee Corner Loop. Not ok.
Everything was great with our morning circular walk.
Until it wasn't. It went all a bit damp. So we did a there and back walk.
Left my bike after J's party, so a brief run to collect it.
St Peter's was open. So I popped in for a shufty.
Grabbing the sunset with Ewok before heading back south.