The day started well, but unfortunately by mid morning the heavens opened and it look set for the rest of the day, however it stopped raining for a couple of hours in the afternoon, so we seized the moment and dashed to Blue Anchor Bay.
This is a long stretch of sandy (low tide) and pebbly beach, which really is a continuation of Dunster Beach. It would make for a nice long walk from here to Minehead all on the level and at lowish tide would be possible all along the sand. The beauty of here is that the parking was all free! Though I guess you might struggle to find space during the summer?
Still it gave us both a good exercise and taste of fresh air, so as the black clouds rolled back in, we decided to roll back out!
Two thoughts of the day:
The caravans are certainly rolling in here tonight – some of them are huge!
I haven’t mentioned this yet but there are pheasants everywhere, as you drive along they are on the roadside, in the neighbouring fields and quite often on the roads- there are roadsigns along the way asking you to be aware of them – but why so many?