Hope you've all had a fantastic Christmas, we've made it out the other side!
We've had a lovely few days with family and friends; eating too much, drinking too much and playing a whole year's worth of games!
Today I definitely needed to get a bit of fresh air so I went for a walk in the South Hams with Mum and Dad. I know that a lot of places have had snow, but down here in Devon it's been a beautiful crisp sunny day - not a snowflake in sight!
This is a map of our route, the only thing I've sketched all week.
Our walk started in a little village called Kingston near the River Erme, not far from Bigbury-on-sea. From the village we walked down across fields and through woodland to the Erme estuary where there were beautiful views over the river valley and out to sea.
The track led down to Wonwell beach before climbing up along the South West Coast Path.
The views more than made up for the ups and downs along the undulating cliff top path!
Just before we turned inland, the path went very steeply downwards to Westcombe beach. There's me, hanging on!
From there, a very muddy path followed a little stream and series of ponds all the way back to the village.
We're all going to sleep well tonight after that!
Labels: drawing, map, sketch, South West Coast Path, walking