Day 66 Brixham-Rame

Just a quick one I’m afraid. 40 plus miles done today and now the finish line is in range.

Coastline magnificent today, back in amongst grand Devonian slate and granite cliffs. Cheeky visit from a porpoise and other than that, just mileage.

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Didnt get in till 9pm, knackered but very excited to be back in Cornwall and finishing tomorrow. Forecasted winds tomorrow up to force 7 north westerly at times. With any luck I’ll find shelter close in…

I’ll put up a quick post when I get in. Planned ETA is 6-8pm at Swanpool. Anyone who wants to come and stand in the rain is more than welcome.

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9 Responses to Day 66 Brixham-Rame

  1. Bec says:

    Omg! Everything crossed for a safe and speedy paddle to the finish! 🙂

  2. John Bunyan says:

    Good luck getting home today Joe, stay safe.

  3. Nigel H says:

    excellent Joe,
    Hug the coast if you need to on the final leg. nowI have a target of 67 days for 2013.

  4. Nigel H says:

    I just saw the forecast and it’s mainly southerly winds.

  5. Ken Oliver says:

    Good luck Joe, stay safe. From all the Hull and East Coast paddlers.

  6. Jo Coole says:

    Good luck on the final stretch!

  7. Linda Easy says:

    Good luck for the home run.

  8. Linda Easy says:

    Oh no, I really wanted to be on the beach to witness your return from such an epic adventure, but find I am tied up at home, with bloody “stuff”!!! Very well done and congratulations to you, and welcome back to Cornwall. You should be so very proud of yourself. I wish I had had the guts to do something like this when I was younger.

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