After the hot day of our arrival the weather changed to cool and showery. We bought a map at admin and set off along the so called "A" 379, which would have been regarded as a "B" or "C" road in Yorkshire. That's not to say that it wasn't an interesting drive, as the road ran up hill and down dale and through some tiny villages that were so narrow that the 20mph speed limit made a lot of sense!
Early on in the journey I took a shot across Plymouth sound to give an idea of the sort of weather we were having.
The beach is amazing, composed of shingle and it encloses a lagoon called Slapton Ley that is several miles long. This is the village of Torpoint at the southern enad of the beach
By the time we got back to camp the weather was a bit better, and this chap was studying the sound with binoculars.