Day 83: Clovelly to Appledore – Sledge & Cobble

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Devon - North, England
Cobbled main street, Clovelly, Devon.

Cobbled main street, Clovelly, Devon.

Sledge I, (Used for the delivery of goods) Clovelly, Devon.

Sledge I, (Used for the delivery of goods) Clovelly, Devon.

Main street, Clovelly, Devon.

Main street, Clovelly, Devon.

Sledge II, Clovelly, Devon.

Sledge II, Clovelly, Devon.

Beach wood near Clovelly, Devon.

Beech wood near Clovelly, Devon.

Barley field above Babbacombe cliff, Devon

Barley field above Babbacombe cliff, Devon

Curtain sea below Lundy, Devon.

Curtain sea below Lundy, Devon.

Cliffs toward Westward Ho!, Devon.

Cliffs toward Westward Ho!, Devon.

Lundy island and cloud, Devon.

Lundy island and cloud, Devon.

Skern Mudflats, Appledore, Devon.

Skern Mudflats, Appledore, Devon.

Double kayak, Appledore, Devon.

Double kayak, Appledore, Devon.

Slipway, Appledore, Devon.

Slipway, Appledore, Devon.

Irsha Street, Appledore, Devon.

Irsha Street, Appledore, Devon.

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3 thoughts on “Day 83: Clovelly to Appledore – Sledge & Cobble”

  1. David James says:

    Isn’t Clovelly charming? Seriously, I’d like to visit one day. And 26 km in a day? You really hoofed it that day! Is that a one-day record?

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    • It is – although I preferred Lymouth as it’s a little less proud of itself but still very charming. The longest day so far was 42Km from Faversham to Margate – but that was flat!

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