Day 17: Plymouth to Millendreath

Today I rejoined the coast path and having taken the ferry from Plymouth to Cremyll I walked round the Rame peninsula to Millendreath, heading back along the South Coast to Falmouth. From the outset the South Coast character was apparent: the seas calmer and clearer, the inclines more gradual, the environs more wooded and secretive. The evening grew stiller still. It is nice to be walking in the direction of the sun.

Robin, Buzzard, Carrion Crow, Magpie, Wood Pigeon, Rock Dove, House Sparrow, Herring Gull, Great Black Backed Gull, House Martin, Shag, Swallow, Black Headed Gull, Kestrel, Jackdaw, Stonechat, Oystercatcher, Blackbird, Goldfinch, Cormorant

Grey Squirrel

wiggle cliff

a full letter of townwood
ramshackle outlaw town
outlaw of wood in shacks gone east
shacks outlaw made of ramshackle

cowboy shacks odd the ram
cowboy made tin east
hidden tin tin everyone
everyone mid and cowboy town

full on the military handles
in a west sea wood of land
a west under quiet road escaping
made from gone odd tin and wood

handles carving full sea odd in
shack cowboy west of escaping tin