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Travel Blogs from Dunster
... As we
needed to be organised both for the wedding and our European trip, we
left early in the afternoon, driving in lovely sunshine back to
Brixham to our good friends Jan and Jeremy. Another huge load of
washing went out on their unique clothes line in time to go with the
Pucketts to their neighbours for dinner. Our hosts Heather and Peter
had also invited two other guests, Susan and Roy – all nice fun
people. Delicious food and ...
... was very helpful and informative and we now know some new big words like brachiopod and mezzozoic. We then stumbled back along the beach to the town and went for a walk along The Cob (sea wall). This featured in the movie, The French Lieutenants Woman. Becca treated us all to some delicious and well earned ice creams. We wandered back along the seaside and then up through the town which was ...
... expected, even though through rubber necking near Porlock Weir, I missed a turn and did an extra half mile on road before having to do a u-turn. I arrived in Minehead an hour earlier than anticipated at 4.00pm after about 22+miles and 5,000’+. The final stretch into Minehead was heaven. Two kilometres downhill, mainly through woods. I felt Like Mo Farah on his last lap. Giuli and Kimber were there to greet me in the park to the north west of Minehead. When I saw ...
... at 318m is the highest coastal hill in England according to the landlord of the Chichester in Morthoe last night. Apparently he's in the coastal rescue team and they have 500’ ropes for working in North Devon. Anyway in 35 mins. I was almost touching the clouds which hovered over the top of Great Hangman. It was really spooky. A nice pint of Gem by the way in The Chichester, even though it comes from Bath.
I was probably quicker ...
... on a grassy square right in the centre of town, before getting legless in the pubs.
After the town, is a lovely coastal stretch back to Morthoe starting with the Torrs Park. I walked this stretch with Deb Kennedy on that field trip in order to study the size and orientation of stones on the beach at Lee Bay! And here is another coincidence, tomorrow Debs goes into hospital for a new hip. Just a few days before ...