Now getting into the swing of the walk along the Coleridge Way, awake at dawn, planning, full English breakfast and then onto the trail.

However, before setting off today we popped into Porlock TIC to meet with Ruth Hyatt…

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This part of the walk takes us over the County boundary into Devon and, of course, close to the two farms claiming to be the place where Coleridge wrote Kubla Khan.

Looking forward to getting into Lynton as I type.