We woke to the sound of drumming rain and a thick fog, which looked set in for the day, so we lazed around during the morning and roused ourselves to go to the local Morrisons to shop and have lunch, which turned out to be very good. when we came out it was to find that the rain had stopped and the sun came out, so we decided to just have a local run down to Wembery, which is owned by the National Trust.
This is the view with the island called "The Great Mew Stone" out in the Bay.
Our next port of call was Newton Ferrers, reached along miles of very narrow lanes, it is spread along the banks of the River Yealm, and at the end of the road there is a ferry (foot passengers only) across to Warren Cottages
After a poor start it was a pretty good day!