One of the nicest starts to a days walking as I amble through the cloisters of Chichester cathedral before setting off to catch up with the estuary again. There was large area of reeds to get through first but then it was views of the estuary so I could see where I was three days before.
I met Jeff who was also walking the coast of Britain and in the same direction as me. The only reason I met him was he was going round this but the wrong way to get back to his lodgings. He had started from Kings Lynn and so has a bit further to go. We exchanged notes on various places and the general lack of signage on the England Coast Path.
I arrived in the very pretty village of Bosham which by the time I had a coffee was flooding nicely as the tide rose. I had to divert my route as the riverside path was now covered thoroughly by the river.
I carried on round another inlet which meant I was orbiting Bosham church. Another part of the day where I didn’t travel far for a lot of walking.
I finally found a wild camp spot near Prinsted . As I set my camp up a steady stream of dog walkers appeared out of the dusk. They and their dogs were all friendly but I made a mental note to set off early in the morning before they all came back.