Thursday, 3 October 2013


An annual gurning and beachcombing at Lynmouth North Devon 2010

We visited the Museum and looked at the tragic landslide/flooding during the 1950's.  Huge 5 tonne boulders made their way from Lynton all the way down to the Bay.  They have left great climbing and exploring nooks and crannies.  The girlies really enjoyed searching for Goblins between the boulders.  I found lots of lovely worn Limpet shells to add to our crafting collection (still have some of them 2013).  This was another wonderful holiday in the glorious North Devon where we visited The Big Sheep and travelled on the funicular railway from Lynton to Lynmouth (and back again).  The girlies loved the fact that the presenters from A Victorian Farm filmed one of their episodes on the train and wondered if we might see them again.  We all LOVE Ruth from the program.

We explored lots of flora and fauna around the bay and enjoyed an ice cream and a nice ale in the local pub before going back to the cottage.

Little Cheerie Milly 7

Little Cheeky Hettie 5

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