Another of my poems which was inspired by a late evening walk on a night when the moon became covered by … More
Tag: country life
Of a new henge, priests and quarrymen, sunsets and spray, and a ledge that dances!
It was another of those rare crisp, cold, clear, Winter days and there was bright sunshine as I parked up near … More
Of a short winter walk, spring sunshine, ancient paths and feathered friends
The year has not started well as unfortunately I went down with a horrible virus that has curtailed my walking … More
Coast to Coast – Part 4
Day 6 – Shap to Kirkby Stephen – 22 miles As I have been typing this blog from notes made … More
Of a once grand abbey, a once thriving village, glorious greenery, and a graveyard
I woke to a glorious sunny morning, eager to get out on the trail again. I had already decided which … More
Holloways and Sunken Paths, the Mysterious Ancient Highways
There are thousands of ancient paths criss crossing Dorset’s wonderful countryside but none more fascinating than these labyrinthine paths like the one … More
A Tactile Walk
The morning was bright and for once I decided to leave Dorset for the neighbouring county to do a 15 … More
Faceless names upon the stone, No one knows, they are gone, Ashes to ashes, no-one there, Does anyone care? Loved … More
Of a canine encounter, a bloody battle, a blazing fire, a bright sunset……and of course, a HAPPY NEW YEAR!
It was one of those beautiful crisp winter days, the frost was still heavy in the shade although the bright, … More
Of a village with two names, autumn fruits and foliage, hill forts and hedgerows, and being older!
It was one of those sharp, chilly autumn days and within five minutes I was thinking, ‘I hope I’ve got … More