Lynmouth harbour

Lynmouth harbour (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Our nearest town was infact a twin town. Lynton is situated on the cliff tops about 500ft above Lynmouth at the shore line where the rivers from Watersmeet join the see at the small dock. The weather was fine, the tide was low (got a picture of boats resting on sand that i’ve always wanted) and the best fish and chips in the world.

We booked our supplies for the end of week BBQ at the local butchers and then spent a few hours trawling around the shops and allys. I was going to run a story line on all the pictures but I think they speak for themselves. I took around a hundred pictures through the day and i’ve chosen my personal favorites for you to enjoy. You’ll notice half way through, us travelling on a train. Its the only vernicular water powered railway left in Great Britain. Its powered by gravity – cool.

If you have any personal favorites or want to leave a message, please do. Love to hear from you.

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About nickbarban

RHS Qualified Horticulturalist and Garden Coach. I have been maintaining, designing and buidling gardens since 2002. With the company's 10 year anniversary coming up this year Im planning a whole host of stuff to give back, including blogging. Im here to answer your questions, give advice and just natter about anything to do with your garden. I'll be posting pictures and video and Id likr to see your gardens too. Nick Barban

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