Author Topic: Two Moors Way  (Read 2673 times)

rural roamer

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Re: Two Moors Way
« Reply #30 on: 11:43:49, 27/06/19 »
Now on the train back to Exeter, shame yesterdays and todays weather wasn’t the other way round!


Mick-we saw your entry in the book in Lynmouth. I hear there were several of you passing each other. We saw hardly anyone and no-one signed the previous two days to us.

ninthace

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Re: Two Moors Way
« Reply #31 on: 11:44:42, 27/06/19 »
The road walking in the mid section is virtually all on very quiet lanes which are typical of this part of Devon.  In winter, when the Moors are socked in with bad weather and the field paths are covered in mud, these lanes provide a good alternative where you can keep walking fit and still get some fresh air.  The secret is to pick the ridge lanes so you can enjoy the view.
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rural roamer

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Re: Two Moors Way
« Reply #32 on: 21:09:45, 30/06/19 »
Yes I can imagine the lanes make for good walking in poor weather as we saw hardly any traffic on them. Just a bit hard on the feet especially in leather boots!