Having cancelled a Wednesday evening walk due to Sue’s recall to active duty at the NHS, I decided to do the walk anyway. Last Friday morning. It was probably better in daylight. Route finding was certainly much easier.
Andrew and I met at 9am and took about 3 hours over the 13km stroll traced in blue on the map shown below.
The dullness of the day didn’t really detract from the enjoyment, and the route was fairly straightforward. If anyone wants a ‘blow by blow’ description, please request it way way of a comment or email and I’ll add it to the posting.
That enables this entry to be satisfactorily brief – in a bid to ‘catch up’ after running almost a week behind with the blog postings. Nothing very exciting happened – nobody fell in, no dogs were encountered or even taken with us (I’m sure Lucy would have enjoyed this outing, Andrew), and no mountain bikers fell into the canal in front of us (there being no mountains for miles around, that was no real surprise).
So if you want more pictures, go to the slide show, but please note that the Canon G10 is dead and the Ixus 105 doesn’t perform very well in poor light like today’s.
We will return to this lovely village, and then we might even have time to visit Rod and Christine, whose house we walked past today (sorry to miss you), and I’ll write a bit more about stuff like the Gothic church and the pillared buttermarket, built in 1733, that features on the final image in the slide show.
Here’s our 13km route - it's fairly flat and took just over 3 hours.