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SWCP - Day 48 - Abbotsbury to Isle of Portland

semi-overcast 19 °C

Steps/ Distance: 35,264 24.02 km
Rating: easy

The walking was relatively easy and not very interesting, but there were several path closures and deviations that were not all well marked, so navigation was less easy. It would have been really painful without my offline maps. The last two hours passed quickly as I walked and chatted with a couple of men from the X-Rail walking group (former railway workers), from Yorkshire. I had passed by the other 6 walkers in their group an hour or so earlier.

The majority of the walking was either close to the Fleet estuary (although it was usually not visible), through or next to grain fields, or on roads.

Then walking along a busy road and crossing Ferry Bridge to the Isle of Portland.

Staying tonight in the smallest room yet, with a sink and shower. The communal toilets are up the stairs and across to the other side of the building. I'm pretty sure the ones in the pub across the street are actually closer to my room 😁

Posted by Deb Godley 19:29 Archived in England

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