Monday, 30 January 2017

Forest Walk

Hello

Thanks for visiting.

We're off on another walk, aren't we healthy!  It's all gloomy and cloudy though, no sun today but the good thing is, it isn't raining.

Off we go!  Watch out for reptiles though, eeek!


We're following the forest paths through Swinley Forest.




Walking along the old Roman road, we have to go under the modern road by passing through the tunnel.


Colourful graffiti is splashed along the walls.  Hopefully it's just a colourful pattern and nothing rude!



Following the trail through the woods, there are so many paths to choose from. 


Even bike trails if you've got a bike.



We've been here before, see this link. It's a bit more wintery and cold though. Frozen puddles everywhere.






 Replacement trees with their plastic collars stretch into the distance.


Great to stretch our legs too.

Home again ready for a coffee.

Cheerio




10 comments:

  1. Oh, it does look refreshing when you've been inside for so long! I don't think I would be taking the Devil's Highway by myself, though :) Love seeing the horse and rider. I'm sure a steaming cup of coffee was the perfect thing after a brisk walk in the forest! Lovely photos. x K

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    1. There are some great names on that signpost aren't there! The forest is such a great space for all to enjoy although it's easy to take the wrong path as they are all very similar. Eek, x

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  2. Oh well done for getting out there - I just want to hunker down indoors when it's grey and gloomy, but I think your coffee was probably enjoyed all the more for having stretched your legs first. x

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    1. You are right there, always great to get back home again and rest the weary legs! x

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  3. Looks like a super walk with much to see and it feels so good to get out and about whatever the weather has to offer:)

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    1. It would be much better with a bit of sun though! 😊

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  4. Well that's a road sign I've never encountered before. It looks like a lovely place for a walk.

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    1. Lots of space for everyone, even snakes! I didn't see any fortunately far too cold.

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