Sunday 13th March 2022
This would be my final walk before my trip to Snowdonia – which I look forward to start writing about soon. There would be no mountains on this outing, as I drove down to the Somerset Levels, just outside of Taunton. Another route taken from the Walk West series of eBooks.
Continue reading “Somerset Levels: Creech St. Michael”
I keep saying it and maybe I should stop… But this could’ve been the month in which I completed the Cleveland Way. We’ve all seen our plans halted due to the outbreak and, slowly, we are returning towards a form of normal life (although the government are keen to rush it, somewhat).
Throughout all the chaos, anger, fear and uncertainty, I’ve kept walking and continue to do so.
Continue reading “Monthly Miles: June 2020”
I don’t often write specifically about cows. Although, when I do encounter them on a walk, they will usually receive a mention in one of my posts.
Here’s a question for everyone reading this…
Have you been chased or intimidated by a herd of cattle?
Perhaps even a single cow?
If you have a short story to share, please leave it in the comments section below.
Continue reading “Do You Fear Cattle?”
Until very recently, I was the nominated Footpaths Representative for Brunel Walking Group in Bristol. My duties were few, while I was mostly responsible for recording and reporting incidents we encountered along the local public right of way network, to the relevant authority.
It’s fair to say that very few group members (from an active membership of four hundred-plus) got in touch to inform me of obstructions or interference they may’ve encountered on their own walks (obviously, I can be on every group walk all of the time). But one of the more recent reports led me to undertake my own investigation across the Mendip Hills and in to East Somerset.
Continue reading “Encountering Footpath Obstructions”