|Chapel Cairn Brea (657feet)|
Today's morning walk took us up this hill with lovely views from the top. The hill is named for the cairn on the top and there used to be a chapel but this is no longer there. In the National Trust car park there was a sign warning dog owners of adders with some vet's phone numbers but we didn't see any snakes basking in the sun.
After that we went for by car to Newlyn where the harbour was full of fishing boats. Here the fish is processes and there are lots of fish shops selling wet fish, crabs, prawns and lobsters. It just smelled of fresh fish. We walked along the long promenade watching crashing waves before walking back up a hill to the car park. We've had some lovely weather so far.