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60a – Bosham

Bosham – what a pretty village!  We were sorry to leave it!  Our lot, however, is to always keep moving.  We have several thousand miles to get round and cannot stop off at every pretty village we come to. One … Continue reading

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59e – South of Bosham to Bosham

Our ferry across the Chichester Channel deposited us like castaways on a narrow strip of shingle. There was nothing there. The ferry pulled out and journeyed back across the Channel, leaving us stranded. The narrow strip of shingle we were … Continue reading

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59d – Chichester Harbour to South of Bosham

Light aircraft were out in force as we walked up the eastern edge of Chichester Harbour, buzzing around the waters and droning incessantly like mosquitos.  Despite the poor light, I tried to capture a few as they passed overhead. Half … Continue reading

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59b – West Wittering to East Head

To the east of West Wittering stands East Head, a spit of land that stands at the entrance to Chichester Harbour, made up of sand dunes and held together by marram grass. Today, it points north, at about two o’clock, … Continue reading

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59a – West Wittering

This morning we parked at West Wittering Beach car park, about a quarter of a mile further on from where we turned inland at the end of our last walk.  Being somewhat anal about these things, I dragged my family … Continue reading

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58f – Bracklesham to West Wittering

As we wandered along the beach at Bracklesham, collecting fossils as we went, kite surfers set themselves up in the shallow waters.  Setting up to go kite surfing when you are on your own is, I believe, one of the … Continue reading

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58e – Bracklesham

Bracklesham Bay is well known for its fossils; they are literally and liberally littered all over the place.  So we were told, anyway.  As we approached Bracklesham Bay we found a geocache dedicated to the fossils so commonly found around … Continue reading

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