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East Coast of Scotland complete

I’m writing this from the departure lounge of Inverness airport where I’m waiting for the Easyjet to the glamorous Luton airport. But I’ve reached an important milestone on this trip having reached John o Groats and in fact a place … Continue reading

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Back on the coast

The short days of winter are behind us. Spring is arriving, and it’s time for me to get back to the coast. Today I’ve been walking the crumbling coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire near the Humber. I was … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

Here is a snowy scene of the coast for Christmas. It was taken (believe it or not!) in April a few years ago at Hengistbury Head in Dorset. Merry Christmas.

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2016 Progress

October 2016 Today is the day the clocks have moved back into winter time. For the last few years this has typically marked the end of my coast walking “season”. This year is no exception. The bits of coast I … Continue reading

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A Norwegian Interlude

August 2016 A little diversion from my usual coastal walks, as this is not a coastal walk nor is it in the UK. But this is certainly the best walk I have had this year, perhaps for ever, it is … Continue reading

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The South West Coast path on the TV

For those lucky enough to live in the BBC South West region there is a new TV programme starting today (the first episode has already screened) that may be of interest. The program, Coastal Path covers Paul Rose walking the … Continue reading

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Black Isle and Easter Ross

I’m in Scotland at the moment, but all being well heading home later this evening. Normal service will be resumed next week. Today I have travelled on what Britain’s smallest car ferry (that’s not my van) and crossed to the … Continue reading

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