Monthly Archives: March 2015

Wareham

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Been dodging the showers for the last couple of days, so slightly down on walking activity, but we have still gotten a good 6-7 miles in each day. Lovely views over Poole harbour, the sun came out just in time for sunset. One thing, apart from the scenery, that I’m loving here is that I’ve got a 4G data connection… Read more »

Nine Barrow Down, Corfe Castle and Kingston Loop

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The weather forecast isn’t always right, they seemed to have it wrong for most of the country today. Not pear shaped, but not the warm, sunny day as advertised. Still, good walking weather. We headed off down the valley and onto Nine Barrow Down, part of the long spine great bisects the Isle of Purbeck. Nestled in a breach sits… Read more »

SWCP – Durlston Head to Worth Matravers

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A cracking sunny day on the coast path heading east from Swanage. A lovely bit of coastline, cliff top above the sea with old quarries dotting the way, most notably Dancing Ledge, and the impressive Winspit, whittled deep into the hill side with stone piers left to support the roof. Worth Matravers is a pretty village, probably overrun in the… Read more »

SWCP – Studland Heath and Bay

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A beautiful day for a walk. March is off to a good start at least, after the last couple of days of wintery showers, it’s now more like summer. But of a nip to the breeze, but lovely out of it. After a peaceful night of wildcamping on the outskirts of town, we had breakfast on the seafront in Swanage…. Read more »