Walking the Southwest Coastal Path

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Day 40
Seaton to Chideock 15 miles

Spent the first half of the day traversing the Axemouth- Lyme Regis Undercliffs National Nature Reserve. An area of land that has “slipped” away from its foundations and slid toward, and into, the sea. Interesting to ponder as the world appears to be headed in the same direction!
Happy to reemerge in the later part of the day to follow some wonderful National Trust paths and holdings into Seatown and Chideock.

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