Since it might be the last of the hot days, we thought we shouldn't waste it, so we set off for the Penwith Moors. We parked and walked along the track towards Mên-An-Tol
Which ever way you look at it it's still 101
As usual there were several groups of German visitors there - who love the historic parts of Cornwall
We managed to get across the stream - Jim and the dogs jumped. but I sort of slithered and scrambled using a stone in the middle. The dogs could not be persuaded to go in to drink, so Jim offered them some.
But of course as soon as Wooster had finished his drink - in he went grrr ! This stream can get very deep and surrounded by serious mud, which is why we have to do this walk in very dry weather !
We arrived at the Greenburrow Engine House, for the Ding Dong Mine - which is often seen in our photos from home
The wires that should stop anyone falling in have themselves fallen into the centre - not that deep, but someone - or a dog could do themselves some damage.
Carn Galva, which is above the North Coast Road
Stunning views of Mount's Bay from up here !
Way down below I spotted Lanyon Quoit