I walked from Abbotsbury to Weymouth but the weather was so dismal that I didn't take any pictures. To make up for this oversight I have searched the web and found pictures that relate to my progress on this part of the walk.
The path at Wyke Wood
When I started to walk there was a slight drizzle but it became increasingly heavier until it was raining steadily. I put my rain gear on before I got too wet and put the rain cover over my backpack. Unfortunately the rain somehow managed to get into the bottom of the rain cover and create a little pool of water. I had to keep checking and emptying the water as I went along.
Chesil Beach looking over East Fleet
The walking was easy once the path followed a route beside the Fleet lagoon which is between Chesil Beach and the mainland. Nice and flat.
The rain eased off as I approached Weymouth and walked along the seafront to the B&B where I was staying for the night. Later, as I went out to look for a place to have my supper, it started to rain heavily and I was soaked. I walked back to the restaurant only two doors down from my B&B and went in. I can't imagine what the other customers must have thought when this wet, bedraggled individual with a shaggy beard and hiking clothes walked in and sat down for a meal.
My Weymouth B&B
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