The Cotswolds

Photo- taken at  Newark Park , along the way 

July 16, 2017

You do not need to gaze aloof above a landscape to know it. In moving through it, living on it, wandering along it you might just learn more; both about the land and yourself.

June 24, 2017

On the forth of may this year, armed with a map, old boots and plenty of flapjack we set off on our hundred mile journey along the Cotswold escarpment. I did search for a lightsaber but upon finding a large stick - and having seen many a sturdy looking walker swinging...

June 4, 2017

This spring I walked the Cotswold Way, a whole one hundred miles through outstanding natural beauty. For me it was a journey of rediscovery. I had thought this landscape familiar me, having spent all of my childhood years nestled happily within it, and yet every day br...

June 2, 2017

Paths entice you through the land. Etched by footfall over centuries, they form an evolving history of the land and those who move through it, conceding to contour, providing glimpses out into nature as well as the lives of those who walked before us

June 1, 2017

Walking at your own pace creates a feedback loop which can allows your mind, and not just your legs, to wander.

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