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273 pm Heysham to Morecambe

Morecambe is a beautiful place and the public art on display is wonderful. I meet Eric and end my walk beside Venus. Continue reading

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262a Crosby Beach

There are 100 of the figures, stretching for 3 km along the beach and extending for 1 km out to sea. The walking dead, Continue reading

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161a Portishead

What a surprise to find Portisbury Marina looking so attractive. I knew the old power station had been demolished, but was expecting an industrial complex or a decaying wasteland. Continue reading

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Stage 41. Birchington to Margate to North Foreland

Margate on a sizzling hot Good Friday. I am intrigued by the Royal Sea Bathing Hospital and pay a visit the Turner Contemporary. Hamish Fulton says ‘Walking is an art form in its own right, it does not have to be a lesser form of land art.’ Now, that is my kind of artist!
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Stage 14. Aldeburgh through Chillesford to Boyton Marshes

Today is a day of forests, fields, pigs and hay fever. I get hot, cross, bothered – and lost – on a pig farm. I meet a snake and nearly have a close encounter with some cows. Continue reading

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