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Exploring: The Bedelands

I love being outside and exploring, and one of the things me and Jack do quite a lot is walking. The Bedelands in Burgess Hill is a lovely spot – a mixture of forests, fields, streams and ponds. 114 more words

Lifestyle Blog

The Streets of London: The Ghosts of Stoke Newington.

Not that kind of ghost – although according to Sam Roberts, aka Mr Ghost Signs, it has been known for people to take part in his walks expecting to see half visible glimpses of things past. 677 more words

London

Puttenham Common circular

The good weather continued; it was another hot, sunny day.

Fourteen arrived for this morning’s 5½ mile walk which started from Puttenham Common upper car park. 115 more words

Walks

Take A Walk

When you walk around, what do you notice? Is it the sights, the smells, the sounds? Is it a particular kind of store, or a certain type of architecture? 401 more words

Musings

Burnsall, Yorkshire Dales

Hello! Sorry its been a while, I am back and this time I took a little trip to Burnsall. Burnsall is a lovely quaint little village to visit, even more so, on a lovely sunny day. 908 more words

Uk

Parco Spino Verde: Walking the Border back to Como

This walk in the Parco Spina Verde runs west to east along the Swiss border. We start off at about 500 metres above sea level rising to a maximum of 600 before descending back to Como at 250 which is to say the uphill or downhill aspects are not too onerous but the elevation is sufficient to get glorious views over the Padana plain, the Swiss Alps or Lake Como. 1,137 more words

Our Walks

I begin at the end

Because that’s where we are now –

The end of something good,

Of what I had thought would last a lifetime. 222 more words

Poetry