Totnes for lunch

Went to Totnes today and sat outside enjoying my lunch so have taken a few pictures to show my lovely view.

I loved sitting by the water of the River Dart

Totnes is not very far from Kingsteignton and is a market town at the head of the estuary of the River Dart. You can see the top of the river in these photographs running towards its source.

The one fork of the Dart going towards the town centre

It has been there for  a long time and has a castle dating back to AD907 and since then has been as it is today  a thriving market town.

Its specialism is a bohemian lifestyle and alternative community which adds vibrant colours to clothes and food. It even has its own currency.

Second fork wandering towards its source and lovely boats as well. Can you see the seagull?

If we followed the water the other way we find the sea YAY!

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4 Responses to Totnes for lunch

  1. Jody says:

    Yes, I can see the seagull. But it was a challenge!

  2. Liz says:

    great eye sight. He just stood there patiently as I snapped him as well. Have a great day.

  3. Janet Pepperell says:

    Glad you visited Totnes, a fun place to be plus it has a great craft shop.

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