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Travel Blogs from Lynton
... allotment keeping him very busy and Rose is showing her age a close to 90.
Sharon has organised a family reunion dinner for Saturday night which will see a cast of thousands with all of John and Maureens kids and grand kids,not sure of numbers but it will be a crowd.
Today the weather vis a bit grey looking, but dry!!
Dave & Lona.
... inn at Bolivar! a great little find again! After a nice snack at the pub and a chat to with the locals, we headed off towards Keynsham where we had booked our accommodation. Our drive took us on through Bridgewater and Glastonbury, however we decided to drive on as it was getting late. Heading on towards Midsummer Norton there was a change in the stone work of houses and hedged roads, however this scenery does not lead into ...
... All over!
Now chilling in a campsite overlooking Minehead with a couple of beers.
Yeah, glad it is all over and I will complete the blog properly with all the anecdotes, stories, philosophies of a coast path runner later; you thought you had got away with it? No chance.
But before the beer gets the better of me, I just want to say thanks to all you folks for all your support in all sorts of ways; sponsorship, logistical, financial, texts, ...
... I turn around, pull my shorts down and sit in one co-ordinated move. As I am going seat wards, thinking "made it" for one micro second I relax. Mistake. My cheeks hit the toilet lid which I had failed to notice was down! I think I let out a scream and have never moved so fast. I managed to avoid a total, major disaster, but must confess I didn’t avoid a small one. All I can say to the campsite, I did my best to clean it up with what I had at my disposal.
... 8221; You couldn’t make it up! I wonder if He knows about that. Running ominously downhill along the diversion I suddenly and instinctively had to duck, dive to the side, backstep and close my eyes all in one movement. This would probably be my best dance move ever if you were to put it to music. But just in time as a branch and twigs hit my face and closed eyelids.
Walking through the valley of the shadow of ... no, not really. Walking ...