Leaving Lynmouth was another steep climb but I was soon making my way across rolling hills , I climbed up to join the Coleridge way which gave views over steep Coombes and.more rolling farmland.
However along with the farmland came less wildness of the countryside and soon I descended into woodland infested with rhododendrons in every direction.
However nesting in the woods is a tiny church to St Bueno this one wasn’t as attractive as the Welsh one to St Bueno I had visited some nine months before. It had no signs warning about goats for a start.
However it was a good spot to stop for a breather before dropping down through the woods to the village of Porlock weir where I hoped to pick up some supplies for my walk to Minehead.