Monday, March 27, 2006

The Most Southerly Point

This is about as far south as you can walk in mainland Britain without getting your feet wet. This was a glorious September day in 2001; I was returning to Cornwall after about sixteen months away and I had just met BondWoman and was still in love (pass the bucket PLEASE!). It was a bloody awful trip, it meant that I had to have contact with my family, which just confirmed my reasons for leaving in the first place. However that does not spoil some beautiful memories of the place, the sights and the general atmosphere of God's Own Country!

Btw, for those who don't know, the most southerly point of mainland Britain is the Lizard Point.

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