From the woodland we exited into the next cove where the scenery opened up dramatically and we could see St Anne's Chapel on Rame Head in the distance. It was warm and sunny now, the butterflies were dancing and leading us along the path. We saw and photographed our first Orange Tipped but there were Peacocks and what we think were Chequered Skippers as well. It became windier when we left the woodland and it was strong and cold by the time we climbed Rame Head where we sat and had lunch beside the chapel.
Coming off Rame Head we passed a herd of wild Dartmoor ponies grazing at the side of the path. From the headland it was a long up and down walk to our hotel accommodation at Portwrinkle where we stopped for the day. At dinner that night we were talking to another long-distance walker, Kevin, who had walked from John O' Groats to Land's End and was now walking the South West Coast Path in stages.