Tag Archives: estuary

285 pm Broughton to Haverigg

When I look out across the marsh I get a shock! The muddy channels are filling with water. Continue reading

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283am Barrow to Askam-in-Furness

Marsh, sticky mud, pillboxes, slag heaps, and then a surprisingly glorious stretch of empty beach. Continue reading

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279a Greenodd to Ulverston Canal

I lose the tip of my walking pole in deep mud, and nearly lose my boots too. Continue reading

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255 am Greenfield to Flint

Today is a walk of two halves. First a pleasant stroll along the shore of the Dee Estuary… Continue reading

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185 am – Ferryside to Carmarthen

The terrier takes another bite of my trousers. I back away slowly. But, to my horror, the dogs follow me – keeping up a relentless yapping and growling. Continue reading

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