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Lil'ampton in the Arun District of West Sussex, England lies on the English Channel on the eastern bank of the mouth of the River Arun. The Battle of Britain saw Luftwaffe raids on Littlehampton. Hard to imagine in these tranquil bucolic settings.

I like writing about my travels, but I don’t like the paperwork. So I blog---Literature in a hurry, right?



Last month in Los Angeles, CA, I subscribed to Naturalist John Muir's comment, "With all the roads you take, make sure some of them are dirt" and explored the Santa  Monica Mountains.  This month I am adding  rocky-beach-coastal walks to the mix, as it is Sussex by Sea all week.

Climping has a dune eco system and its rocks.

It's nice to go on a digital diet and unplug with an arural,
primitive and circadian walk along the beach

Chalk and walk in Eastbourne 




Much of the coast of South-East England is Chalk.
Think White Cliffs Of Dover
or  here in Eastbourne's Beachy Head







L.A. to Goring by sea on a portion of the cycling path,
an everyday epiphany.  9.1 miles

All of  Sussex coastline are stones. I have averaged 10 miles a day this week,

The beaches are simply miles of pebbles and there is no sand above normal low tide mark. (At low tide under foot in the sea is sand.)

Rustington to Worthing 13.1 The going is good,leaving no
stone unturned 


A view of Littlehampton Harbour

Kingston On Ferring At the Karma Cafe,
no menu,you get served what you deserve-
Surf and Turf today 8.7 miles


Bognor Regis to L.A. The teachers of beaches-the ebb and flow-
breathe in, breathe out.. 9.3 miles yestreday

A Shore Thing at Kingston Gorse 6.0 miles

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