Around 5.30 I gave some thought to where to pitch for the night. The clocks having gone forward last weekend, I wasn't sure how much daylight I had left. Looking at the map, I had about a mile to get down to the south end of Woolacombe Sand, then about two miles above the beach to Woolacombe and maybe two miles more to just before Lee where I knew there were some wild pitches. However, I reckoned I'd run out of daylight and there didn't seem to be anywhere before Lee. So, I'm not far from Baggy Point, in the lee of a wall with fine views across to Lundy Island and the occasional company of some nosy sheep and lambs but they'll soon lose interest in me. It's a very pleasant evening, sunny but a bit breezy. Not that cold.
|Camp near Baggy Point|
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