Stanley Bimble

Stanley Bimble – Before and After The Nut......
 
 
 
 
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We had a slack start to the day and then began our Stanley bimble. Opposite camp was this amazing shrub.
 
 
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Up the hill past the Stanley Hotel, established in 1847.
 
 
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The WW1 Memorial.
 
 
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Cute shops.
 
 
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The Chemist and Town Hall, 1887 and 1911.
 
 
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Antiques shop and a house for sale.
 
 
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Oooo a Beez Neez coloured Boxster.
 
 
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Bits and bobs as we get closer to The Nut.
 
 
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Star of the Sea with the cemetery opposite – some Pioneers are buried here.
 
 
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The Star of the Sea has a lovely view of the bay.
 
 
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Nearly to the chair lift, we stopped for a breather and to look over Stanley, population 281.
 
 
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We had a smashing time and great views from up The Nut.
 
 
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After successfully rappelling down the steep zig-zag path we stopped at the Gift Shop. Still quite high over the beach.
 
 
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We walked past a house with traditional lobster pots in the garden. A look back up at The Nut.
 
 
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Pretty rental properties, we could be in Cornwall.
 
 
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We loved Bob Lives Here. Time for a swift half in the Stanley Hotel.
 
 
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ALL IN ALL A QUAINT LITTLE TOWN
                     A PRETTY LITTLE PLACE