south coast walk and mud

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MuddyKatie
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Re: south coast walk and mud

Post by MuddyKatie » April 14th, 2018, 6:12 pm

There's also good mud along from Lyme Regis, and as girlinwellies notes, "fossil hunting" is a perfectly decent explanation for what you are doing there.

valenteen
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Re: south coast walk and mud

Post by valenteen » April 15th, 2018, 6:53 am

These all sound like epic locations, especially the ones you are talking about Katie! Any suggestions for dinner further over towards Eastbourne?

Sophie-Cagoule
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Re: south coast walk and mud

Post by Sophie-Cagoule » May 26th, 2018, 11:03 pm

Some lovely slippy mud near frampton on severn and frethern on the banks of the severn and quite secluded for those who don’t want to be seen :)

valenteen
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Re: south coast walk and mud

Post by valenteen » June 15th, 2018, 2:06 pm

The Severn is not close to the south east lol, although it sounds perfect and exactly what I'm looking for, I need to study done maps I think.

valenteen
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Re: south coast walk and mud

Post by valenteen » June 17th, 2018, 4:55 pm

so I've also been an avid member of umd.net for many years, and this just got posted...

https://www.quicksandfans.com/bb/viewto ... 10&t=17493

it's an interactive mud map, if anyone wants to add what we';ve been talking about, please feel free to give us a better chance of finding good mud, i'd love to find more near me to add.

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