Tuesday, 23rd June, Abberley to Bromyard, 17.27
Beth, (Mrs Locket to the pupils), invites me to have breakfast with the borders, before attending assembly where I give a brief talk to the pupils about my pilgrimage. 401 more words
Sunday, 21st June, Chelmarsh to Buttonoak, 14.5 miles
Up at dawn as usual on the longest day of the year.
Tommy has managed to stay in his stable overnight and we head off along a section of the Jack Mytton Way that runs along the top of the reservoir. 369 more words
Friday, 19th, June, Morville to Chelmarsh, 10.33 miles
It is inevitable after enjoying such a sociable gathering of like-minded people last night, that I feel decidedly melancholic today. 480 more words
Thursday, 18th, June, Norton to Morville, 10 miles
The lumps and bumps on Tommy’s tummy have virtually disappeared and the fleece girth cover that Alison gave me way back in Cumbria which I have been using as an extra pad on Tommy’s saddle sores seems to be doing the job. 441 more words
Wednesday, 17th, June, Lapley to Norton, 17.24 miles.
We are heading towards Trish and Andrew’s place today, farmers and keen point to pointers.
As we are going down the lane away from Lapley, we had just passed the strawberry farm as Kate had described when Tommy hesitates and begins snorting. 942 more words