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Franconia Sculpture Park

Upon several suggestions over the years, we finally made the small trek over to Franconia Sculpture Park. We packed yet another picnic to eat on the open lawn and then walked around the large open field park.The unmanned information hut did not give much information for us, but it had brochures about other places in it. 306 more words

Walks, a haiku

When we go on walks

and you chirp back at the birds

my f*ing heart melts


Waiorongomai Pylon Peak Track

The Pylon Peak Track in the Waiorongomai Valley was opened up in 2015 and currently does not appear on the DoC web site or signs in the area. 938 more words


Itchen Abbas circular

The new version of the map used for today’s ten mile walk has been renumbered. It is now OL 32. Last year Ordnance Survey changed the numbering of some of its maps. 56 more words


Gentle strolls and posies of water mint.....

The cooler, slightly darker mornings are making me all too aware that Summer is slowly coming to an end…the days are still warm and a bit muggy but the evenings are gradually drawing on in and I often now find I’m needing to put the light on in the kitchen when I’m cooking….but while the weather is so glorious we went out for a couple of walks as we had a long weekend, sometimes it’s nice just to amble, not to have to be at a place by a certain time, just enjoying being out of doors and going where our feet just take us….. 568 more words


Onsdag 31 august turer

Hei hei og velkommen til Dogbloggen for i dag. 

I dag har været rolig. Litt vind av og til og noe grå skyer. Turene var i god humor og hundene hadde det gøy. 177 more words


Walking at Kempsrivier Farm

This morning Carl led a group of thirteen around his son-in-law’s farm, Kempsrivier.  It was a change from our usual mountain hikes and provided an opportunity to see what grows on the other side of Babylonstoring Mountain.   41 more words