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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ View Post
    That sounds idyllic, I do love coastal bushcrafting.
    It did seem idyllic at the time but I was a lot younger and a lot more adventurous. I haven`t been back there for maybe 20 years but I doubt it`s changed much. I`ve attached a link to the location and an aerial view, it`s difficult to imagine but the valley is very heavily wooded. https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/...f58593!6m1!1e1

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    Quote Originally Posted by delboy View Post
    It did seem idyllic at the time but I was a lot younger and a lot more adventurous. I haven`t been back there for maybe 20 years but I doubt it`s changed much. I`ve attached a link to the location and an aerial view, it`s difficult to imagine but the valley is very heavily wooded. https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/...f58593!6m1!1e1

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    Lovely spot, I didn't realise how close to Plymouth it was. I learnt to sail in the Tamar
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