Walking on Kit Hill.
Surprised there are hardly any people anywhere to be seen. ? They are all on the beaches? English kids are still in school?
At first sight, look at the view, across to Kelly Bray, all around. The ground looks sun-baked and pretty bare. Of course it is not. I found the closer look at the grasses and the wild-flowers beautiful and all along the walk the evidence of people of the past. This place, like much of Cornwall has been mined. Once it was teeming with people. There were many deep round hollows (some wired off, some not) where the ground had sunk to the mine below, now filled with green growth, contrast to the brown hill. Click for bigger pictures.
Lots of cool walks
I am missing the beaches, K tells me lots in Cornwall are now dog-free zones, so they seldom go in the summer time.
I do understand that – there are other places to go for dog and us.