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A Year Walking in Cornwall & Devon

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We have enjoyed another great year of walking meeting new guests from all around the world and welcoming back many familiar faces who all have been a delight to share our part of Cornwall & Devon with.

April and May gave us fair weather after the stormy winter and the bluebells were a real delight, staying in full bloom for weeks and weeks.

Woodland with bluebells flowering countryside with a low misty sky coast path near Hartland flowers in the woods

The second week of May saw us jetting of to Greece to lead our guided tours on the Island of Zakynthos, returning at the end of the month to a truly magnificent display of wild flowers along the coast.

foxgloves in valley with sea in distance yellow iris plants Clear still sea Boscastle Point

The summer months of July and August gave us long warm days, which led to quite a few after dinner evenings alfresco with guests enjoying coffee in the garden and chatting away into the night.

Spaniel dog sitting on coast path Valley with montbretia in bloom Walkers on beach heather on cliffs

September continued the warm spell with a glorious Indian summer bringing us lots of juicy blackberries to eat along the walks and some enormous wild mushrooms to admire.

dog on hay bale blackberries large mushroom under the cliffs near Bude

Even early October gave us lots of sunshine so that we still needed sun hats walking with the sweet coconut scent of the bright yellow gorse blooms in the air.

gorse on cornish cliffs boat in Boscastle

Time once again to fly back to our favourite Greek island and enjoy showing all our secret spots to another wonderful group of guests before we settle into the social fun and chores of winter to get ready for 2015 walking season.

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