Author Archives: Ruth Livingstone

About Ruth Livingstone

Walker, writer, photographer, blogger, doctor, woman, etc.

443 Sutton Bridge to Gedney Drove End

I follow a river bank through marsh and mud, and suffer a terrible bout of hay fever. Continue reading

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442 Ongar Hill to Sutton Bridge

I avoid bullocks, spot some wildlife – and a doughnut – and end up at a famous lighthouse. Continue reading

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441b King’s Lynn to Ongar Hill

I find a ferry, at last, and get rather hot and muddy. Continue reading

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441 King’s Lynn Revisited

King’s Lynn is where I started my walk 11 years ago. Now, I’m back… Continue reading

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440pm Melvaig to Rubha Reidh

Sometimes, you are enveloped with the sheer joy of being alive and the beauty of the moment. Continue reading

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440am North Erradale to Melvaig

Drifting mists and a secret beach – but I stick to the road. Continue reading

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439pm Gairloch to North Erradale

I follow a Core Path through crofting settlements, find a wonderful beach, and see a lot of sheep. Continue reading

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439am Gairloch to North Erradale

I walk through Gairloch. Bigger than you think. Continue reading

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438pm Kerrysdale to Gairloch

Gairloch has a pretty beach, and a stunning view point. Continue reading

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438am Badachro to Kerrysdale

Old horses, horned cattle, and duplicate names. Continue reading

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