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Travel Blogs from Exmoor
... where she and Craig used
to live in Lacey Green before moving to York. We had googled it but
it was good to actually see it.
collected us for dinner with her parents, and her sister Christine
who had flown in from Switzerland that afternoon with her two year
old son Jasper – a bright, lively little fellow with an infectious
smile and laugh. Christine's husband Paul was to arrive the next
Checked out Saunton Sands but with the tide out the water was about 100odd metres from the sand line exposing black mud, however there were three people in the water surfing!!
On then to Ilfracoombe where we parked and had a wander,got a new battery in my watch which had stopped the day before for 5 pounds, By now as predicted on the forecast the rain was ...
... I told her about my mum, God rest her soul! who fought with the condition so long. Then in walked a couple of Scotsmen, Chris and Mark who both stay over at this pub on independent business. Mark was an absolute card! He is a Change Management consultant and funny as! and we talked with them and the owner Jane for ages. Jane showed us around the Manor and into a secret little doorway that led into a large "ball room"! Over ...
... altitude. Yes, I know that is impossible, but with the excitement and adrenalin of the last day, that is how it felt.
In Culbone Wood they had been cutting down the Rhododendrons big time. Some areas were devoid of trees, just dead Rhodies piled up like a natural rubbish tip. Though there were plenty of new shoots of Rhodies starting to fight back. Someone needs a lesson from the Glaswegians we met in The Whistle Field Inn at Loch Eck. ...
... in a cottage right next to the Dolphin, overlooking the harbour. Lydia took her first steps there. And to cement this as their first walking holiday we took the girls up The Hangmans strapped to our backs.
The stretch up to Heddon’s Mouth was much longer and tougher than I remembered. I last walked this several years ago with Ellie, Luke and Simon before he emigrated to New Zealand. Crazily we didn’t use the footpath to ...