Plymouth, Devon to Newbury, Berkshire - 22nd June 2011

The final leg of the Van's odyssey takes us to Plymouth, for a night staying with Nosher's Sis and brother-in-law in Changford followed by a night in a campsite near Widecombe-in-the-Moor. There's a chance to visit Fred's grandmother too, and poke around Plymouth to see what's been rebuilt since the last vist. From Plymouth, we head up the M's 5 and 4 to visit Chris and Caro in Newbury, with a couple of hours in Bath, before the final 170-mile leg home the day after.

next album: A Thrandeston Pig Roast, Suffolk - 26th June 2011
previous album: The New Forest, Hampshire to Charmouth, Devon - 20th June 2011

Isobel and Fred head down to the Barbican in Plymouth

A classic old-skool weighing scale in the gents' bogs on the Barbican

The late John Dudley is imortalised in a mural on the side of Cap'n Jaspers in the Barbican

Fred and Iz have a drink

The re-located Capn' Jaspers on Whitehouse Pier

A Herring Gull

The Customs House and the Three Crowns pub

Some sailing boats

The Barbican

For Mike: the view over to Plymouth from Haddon Hill in Plymstock

A little-used gate on Dartmoor

The camper van in its new spot near Widdecombe

A stream near the van

Dartmoor stream action

Fred sticks out his sticky hands and grins on his chocolate face

Fred and Isobel in the van

Sunny campsite

Dartmoor farmhouse

Widecombe's church of St. Pancras

The village of Widecombe

Sign for the Rugglestone Inn - 1/5 mile

Dartmoor sheep, with Widecombe in the background

Isobel and Fred on a rock

Cobbled street in Bath

Bath town centre

Bath Abbey

A horse and carriage

A swan pootles around on Wylie's Lake, Newbury

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Isobel and Fred head down to the Barbican in Plymouth