Although, I say this is day five, I met up yesterday with Chris McCooey, a freelance journalist and writer. Chris walked the Coleridge Way with me when it first opened and I was very happy when he accepted my invitation to walk the route again to include the extension.

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Today we leave the Coleridge Way and head back east along the South West Coastal Path, heading towards Porlock Weir, our overnight stop.