Another Bench by the Sea

Jude,Β I promise you there is a beach down there when the tide is out. The problem is you would need to swim, paddle board or arrive by boat. Or, you could roly-poly, because unless you ‘re one of the hundreds of sheep that live on the side of the hill below the coast path, I don’t think you could walk down to it.

This bench is on the South West Coast Path, England’s longest waymarked footpath, 630 miles around the peninsula from Minehead in Somerset, via Cornwall and Devon to Poole in Dorset. It goes without saying that is it one of the best walks in the world. Pick yourself a stretch when you visit the UK.
Jude’s Bench Challenge for May is ‘At the Beach’ and you still have time to join in.

21 thoughts on “Another Bench by the Sea

  1. I believe you! I am hoping to do a bit of the south-west coastal path in June around Penance, as long as it is not raining or windy! I hope there are lots of benches as I shall need them πŸ˜‰

    1. Every time we’d just had a sit down we discovered one! Fingers crossed for you with the weather, a lot of rain comes in from the Atlantic down there but it should be okay in June. My daughter once spent a week walking the path in Cornwall.

  2. Wow! 630 miles of ocean view…truly one of the best walks in the world. So peaceful. So beautiful. A Nature lover’s delight. Best of blessings to you and your family.

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