Day 21 seems to have disappeared, I will see if I can find it.
The SW coastal footpath was very linear, crossing the Somerset Levels was 2- dimensional, the Wye Valley Walk from Chepstow to Tintagel was a spectacular 3-dimensional walk. From viewpoints such as “The Eagle’s Nest” I could see the meanders of the river and the depth of the valley that had been cut. And most of the walk was in delightful deciduous woodland.
Tintagelwas a lovely spot to stop for a pot of tea for two and a chance to try some scrumpy. I had made very good time and so spent an hour there resting
More deciduous woodland a confusing detour due to footpath repairs and then a long slog along the riverside to Monmouth to arrive at 6.30.
I saw an area of hazel woodland was just being returned to a 15 y coppice cycle to provide fuel for heating.
I was squeezed in at the campsite but Caroline and Sid from the nearest mobile home made me very welcome with a can of Guiness and then a second a little later “to build me up”. In the morning they gave me coffee. They were really very nice.