Zennor to Pendeen

Zennor to Pendeen
Pendeen, United Kingdom

Pendeen, United Kingdom

Wonderful weather yesterday. And great coast line views. Dad used my Alice Springs knee brace on his worrisome knee and was smiling all the way with plenty of breather stops up the cove gullies. But today is atrocious with horizontal rain. So we caught a lift to our next destination and await the weather by going underground an old Kernow tin mine (Geevor and Levant Tin Mines – part of the UN World Heritage ancient tin mining sites).

Kernow means Cornwall in the Cornish language. Dad and I found this Kernow ale at Pendeen between St Ives and Sennor on the northcoast of the the southwest tip of Cornwall. A nice drop, right in the heart of our grandfather’s tin mining county.

Kernow bys vyken (Cornwall forever!)

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