|lee running on the beach at Kennack Sands on the Lizard on the South West Coast Path|
|Claire looks back at our campsite in the distance at Kennack Sands on the South West Coast Path|
When we were running (and jumping over streams) at beach level we both felt we were part of the coast more than being up high. Our feet were wet and salty , we could smell the sea and hear the seagulls.
|Claire running up the very steep path up Eastern Cliff on the South West Coast Path|
The climb up the cliff path to the top was very steep and sandy which meant we were back to our old 20 minute per mile pace again. We were often going at less than walking speed to go up the 'steps' made of rocks.
|Lee gets to the top of the Eastern Cliff on the South West Coast Path|
|Eastern Cliff Panorama from the South West Coastal Path.|
|Claire crosses a fresh water stream in Kennack Sands Beach|
|Our first Cornish Type 22 GHQ pill box on the South West Coast Path|
The light was just right on the beach to reflect the waterlogged sand and our feet were already soaked so we took the opportunity to run through the surf and take a picture of each other. These pictures turned out to be some of the best we have taken on our training runs.
|Lee Running Across Kennack Sands|
|Claire Running Across Kennack Sands|
We ran back to the caravan really charged, we should have been sad that we were packing up to end our short holiday but instead the run put us in high spirits and we were excited about what we were off to do next .
|Lee goes off road Segwaying at Goonhilly|
We went Off Road Segwaying at Goonhilly for the rest of the morning and had a blast. We found out that with a 30 mile off road radius per charge we could possibly use them for the Greensand Way........ If only we could find an easy way to get them over the stiles!
|Claire goes off road segwaying at Goonhilly|