Coast to Coast Path – England

As we traverse across St Bee’s headland, 50+ mph wind gusts are making even standing upright a difficult proposition. Looking out upon the Irish Sea with waves pounding on the cliffs below, the accompanying rain being propelled by the relentless wind, feels like needles hitting your face. Mind you the cattle and sheep that were grazing atop the headland seemed relatively unperturbed with these conditions. Coming from Queensland, we could only imagine how one lives here through the winter northerlies.

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