Major headwind today, and the weather started very wet. Set off across whatever benighted moor we were staying on, and gradually descended down towards the A roads. Crossed the A38. Considering the headwind, and the fact that it was mostly A roads it was a very good day. The roads are reasonable. After Truro it narrows a bit, and feels too narrow for the weight of traffic on the Friday before a Bank Holiday. I wouldn’t want to be there on the Saturday. Between Helston and Penzance there was a fierce crosswind. It would try to blow me into the middle of the road so I would lean into it. Then it would drop suddenly and I would veer off the edge. When I stopped fighting it, it blew up again and blew me into the middle of the road again. Today was slightly odd as I had to pass the campsite to reach my destination. When I got level with it I phoned Clare and told her I was there, but wasn’t stopping. They had to hurry to beat me to Lands End. I nearly won – they passed me on the final bend. Finished the trip with a beer or two in the Lands End hotel.