The South West Coast Path: Nearly on our way

A day of travel yesterday, this time by train and bus, deposited us in the resort town of Minehead, England.

At breakfast this morning our host tipped us off to what turned out to be the perfect outing for our last day of leisure. A short two-mile walk found us in the medieval village of Dunster, nestled in the shadow of Dunster Castle.

While parts of Dunster Castle date to the 13th century, most of what we saw today was renovated between 1868-1872. Now run by the National Trust, the castle and gardens are open to the public for self-guided tours.

I promise you we really are here to walk the South West Coast Path. Tomorrow our work begins when we pack our bags, hoist them on our shoulders and take our first steps along England’s longest national trail…rain or shine.

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6 thoughts on “The South West Coast Path: Nearly on our way

  1. Phillip & Katie Jay

    I love “following” you on your trips. Looks awesome!

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  2. Deborah Gudger

    Yay! I love the pre-trail photos!

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  3. Great pictures! Me brother looks so happy. You guys are born to wander. We Look forward to more from this trek, Joe

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  4. Sharman

    Travel well my friend!

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  5. Dunster is a beautiful little town with so much history, well worth a visit and a few hours exploring. Good start to the walk.

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