Day 4 plan, grab the bus to Porthcothan, because, and then walk back home. Estimated distance 20 km.
I decided to ride on the top deck of the bus to enjoy the amazing above-the-hedgerow views.
The vista across Harlyn sands was particularly impressive.
The bus stops right by the closed Porthcothan Cafe. A November theme emerges: The closed cafes of Cornwall.
A quick pause to take note of the notes.
The beach at Porthcothan.
Also in monochrome.
And a profile, also in monochrome, where you can see that the surf was very, very, surfy.
Heading north to Constantine (past the Minnows and Fox Cove) the views south were dramatic, with squalls wandering inland from the ocean.
All the way ominous rain clouds lurked behind me.
With big seas contributing some drama to the lighthouse view from Dinas Head.
But it stayed dry and sunny in places past (possibly) Stein's family home...
...and round past Harlyn bay (where the surf was up compared to Tuesday)
But the rain caught me at Stepper Point, although fortunately the day mark tower saved me from the worst of it.
The home stretch was familar growth, through Hawker's Cove and the path back to the memorial.
I lovely walk, with views and weather! The south west coast path is pretty awesome, with the only disappointing bit being this nicely fenced section near Mother Ivy's Bay holiday park. Total 22.82km in 4h03m.