Trevor's Boot Relay Pictures Part 9 (updated)
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Section 39 Crewkerne to Hawkchurch: Gerry Ellis

Gerry was very fortunate to have a perfect summer day as he set off from Crewkerne station accompanied by three other minders and four additional walkers.  

The beautiful Crewkerne station at the start of the walk

A photograph  was taken at Seaborough Church because two of the group remembered having a photo taken there with Trevor when they accompanied him on a recceing trip.

The pub sign at Drimpton is of a Roundhead trooper, many like him were in pursuit of Charles II 

The bluebells on a superb green lane were at their absolute best.

The group crossing the Blackwater river into Devon, (note Devon honours the Monarch's Way with a real solid finger post.)

Gerry arriving at Hawkchurch and handing  Trevor's Boots to Carl Earl for their carrying on the next section to Charmouth.

updated 23rd June 2013