The Salt Path Setting & Symbolism

Raynor Winn
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South West Coast Path, England

The South Coast Path of England is the most important setting that this memoir takes place in. The path goes along the coastline from Minehood in Somerset, through north Devon, Cornwall and south Devon, to Poole in Dorset, via Land’s End. In total, it is a 630-mile walk and is equivalent to climbing Mount Everest four times. While it is technically called a coast walk, it is, in reality, more like a cliff walk, as the terrain is strikingly difficult, steep, and often jarringly beautiful, with waves crashing beneath. On this path, Ray and Moth both find a new sense of purpose, healing, and renewal.

Farm House, Wales

The farmhouse that Ray and Moth put 20 years of effort into making their sanctuary, their family home, and their vacation rental business, is taken away from them in the blink of an eye due...

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