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back to Cornwall

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Although I have done some stationary biking since I ended my virtual trip across northern New Brunswick, I want to get back to the regular schedule I followed when I biked virtually in France and Cornwall.  So I have decided to hop back on the Street View road and see some more of Cornwall.


In Phase 7 of my virtual cycling, I finished the southern coast of Cornwall at Landewednack and Lizard.  I’ll begin Phase 9 at Predannack Wollas and cycle around the west coast of Cornwall.  I’ll look forward to seeing Arthur’s Titagel and Doc Martin’s Port Isaac.  Mostly, my knees will benefit from more regular exercise.


Predannack Wollas to Porthleven

Predannack Wollas to Porthleven


I have my first four days plotted and I start tomorrow.  Just for old time’s sake, here is one of my earlier paintings from southern Cornwall …


November 26, 2013  'maple and oak near Helford'   Jane Tims


Copyright  2014  Jane Tims

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  1. What! I recall you starting a tour of NB and never finishing. What happened? Your bike broke down? 😉



    August 9, 2014 at 8:39 pm

    • Bike broke, resolve waned, needed food. Who knows what motivates the quitter. However, I am back in the saddle and during the hiatus, someone transported me back to England. I will finish the NB coastal trip in future. Jane

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      jane tims

      August 11, 2014 at 3:36 pm

  2. Beautiful painting!



    August 8, 2014 at 4:55 pm

    • Hi Rebecca. Thanks! I hope to do some more watercolours on this stretch of the journey. Jane


      jane tims

      August 8, 2014 at 7:22 pm

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