Generally more of the same with very light variable winds in very hot weather but still pleasant with some sailing and great scenery as I hugged the coast to get the best views.
|I was close in except for a brief diversion to keep clear of the|
Straight Point range, I was 30 minutes too late to get past before
|I'm glad I was not on the beach when these land slips happened|
west of Beer Head.
|Ladram Bay, 60+ years ago we had holidays there.|
|Rebuilding the sea wall at Dawlish|
|"The Parson & Clerk" between Dawlish and Teignmouth, looking|
smaller than I remember them from holidays at Dawlish Warren
in the 60's.
|Teignmouth, I would have liked to stay overnight here but the|
tide was wrong to get in and out of the tricky entrance.
|I was surprised to see the Queen Mary back off Babbacombe |
where she had been a few weeks back as I had seen her
in Lyme Bay on day 2, confirmed by AIS.
|Going close in around Start Bay put me in a counter current |
saving quite a bit of time.
|A low flying military Helicopter over Slapton Sands.|
Slide show of all my pictures from Beer to Hallsand, page through by clicking the arrows or click in the centre of the pic to view from Flickr in a new window or full screen:
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