Monthly Archives: September 2013

58c – Selsey Part III

As we walked out of Selsey we passed one of those ubiquitous posts with a funny triangular metal thing on top.  Here it is – with a cormorant drying out in the sun. These posts are all over the place, … Continue reading

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58b – Selsey Part II

Do you believe in ghosts?  As we rounded Selsey Bill we were suddenly overcome with flies.  It was as if we had suddenly found ourselves in the middle of one of the ten plagues of Egypt.  Some of our party … Continue reading

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58a – Selsey Part I

It was a little overcast and gloomy when we arrived back at Selsey to continue our walk.  The boats along the shore bobbed up and down unhappily, waiting for the sun that was promised. The working beach tried to provide … Continue reading

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57e – Pagham Harbour to Selsey

As we left Pagham Harbour and arrived back at the shingle beach we naturally gravitated down to the sands exposed by the tide.  Walking on shingle makes for a tough trudge.  The compact sands, by comparison, make for relatively easy … Continue reading

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57d – Pagham Harbour Part III

We saw a lot of wildlife as we walked around the second half of Pagham Harbour.  To start with, there was this chap, a Painted Lady. See how his tongue is buried inside the thistle?  I spent a fair few … Continue reading

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57c – Pagham Harbour Part II

Half way around Pagham Harbour, at its far northwestern corner, is Sidlesham Quay.  The Crab and Lobster pub is here.  We knew it only as a public house sign on our map, but have since found out that it is, … Continue reading

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57b – Pagham Harbour Part I

The inland detour around Pagham Harbour is a journey of some five miles.  At the end of it all you emerge back on the beach, less than a mile from where you left it.  For all of that, I am … Continue reading

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