In December I set off for an extended trip to Europe, something I had always wanted to do but never quite had the freedom to. I booked a roundtrip ticket to Heathrow and an Airbnb in London through NYD, and decided to wing the remaining two months. I had a shortlist of cities and countries I was interested in visiting and realized that was enough of an itinerary for me. While in the UK, I stayed for a week in Lyme Regis, a seaside town in West Dorset. Dorset is famous for it's jurassic coastline. If you watched the crime drama Broadchurch, you know the cliffs I'm talking about. On an unusually warm and sunny day in January I hiked to West Bay (aka Broadchurch) from Lyme Regis. I left at sunrise and didn't return to my cottage until well after dark. It was about 23 miles roundtrip and I could barely move by the time I made it home. These images capture some of my favorite memories, including my afternoon at The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth. Laugh all you want, but part of the reason I chose to stay in Lyme Regis was because of it's proximity to The Donkey Sanctuary...a place I've been wanting to visit for almost 10 years. In case you can't tell, I also like sheep.