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  Only when the last tree has been cut down, Only when the last river has been poisoned, Only when the last fish has been caught, Only then will you find that money cannot be eaten.— Cree Indian Prophecy

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I want to say again thank you so much for making my first visit to Cornwall in more years than I care to remember so memorable.

– Helen M, UK


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Walking blog: The philosophy of walking

Clouds on an invisible track

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What is it about September photos that are so different from the rest of the year? Suddenly we have processions of clouds from the South West to the North East following the hidden track of the predominant winds like hangers on a rail.

Another Adventureline walking group consisting of the wonderful Betty Lukins and her daughter Kelly and daughter in law Sue from the Seattle/ Washington area. Also Judith from Australia, a keen bushwalker around Brisbane and Kate from the sunny climes of Hastings, Kent.Without being ageist I have to say that when I get to 81 I want to be leading and providing walking holidays with an enthusiasm and energy that Betty was blessed with. She is heroine of the year, in fact any year. Bless you Betty for making us all appreciate life and the world with a renewed energy and through a new perspective.

We travelled far and wide over Cornwall with the weather perfect for walking. The Helford river, the Lizard peninsula, the wonderful atmospheric coast path surveying St Michael’s Mount, you can almost feel the ley lines drawing you on. We also traversed the extraordinary geology between Trevone Bay and Padstow whilst also dipping our toes in the waters of the Holywell Cave. We even had a bit of scrambling into the higher cave at Holywell.

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