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Morthoe and north Devon coast 2012-09-04 A stomp around the North Devon coast on the only misty day of our stay at North Morte campsite
Lynmouth to Watersmeet 2012-09-06 A walk up the valley gorge from Lymouth to Watersmeet. Very like the Teign Valley from Dogmarsh Bridge to Fingle Glenn except bigger. Much bigger. Path detailed in the guide book didnt seem to exist.
Colyton - muddy - very muddy! 2016-03-04 Round the rebellious village of Colyton. Muddy. Very muddy. Like a muddy year at Glastonbury - say 1984 perhaps - but without 30000 people off their heads. Oh - and Scooby didn't like the hail at the end of the walk but he did enjoy the run about on Beer beach afterwards. A dip or two in the sea cleaned off a lot of the mud from him.
Woolacoombe to Putsborough 2016-10-31 Camper van at North Morte farm for the last day of their season. Took the hound for a walk along Woolacombe beach at low tide.
Back to Morthoe 2019-04-25 Back to Lizzie's favourite campervan site - North Morte Farm at Morthoe. A rather wet and windy day (it got windier!) so we did a pub crawl of all of Morthoe's pubs (the Chichester Arms and the Ship Aground) and then took some rather good fish and chips to the bench below Morthoe Cemetary for a stunning view over Woolacombe Bay.
North Lees Campsite 2016-09-03 An over night stop in the peak district - near Kinder Scout - on the way up north. First injury to my back falling over pushing a stalled motor home out of a rut.
Woolacombe and Putsborough 2017-09-22 Scooby wouldnt have been happy if we'd come to north Devon and not given him a run along Woolacombe Beach at low tide. In a fairly wet and windy two week holiday, this was the only walk where we actually got soaked by the rain. However, we dried out a bit in the cafe at Putsborough and then the walk back in the wind meant that we were dry by the time we got back to the camper van on Marine Drive. The photos include a couple from North Morte campsite looking at the sunset over Lundy Island.
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