A new footpath

On Friday my friend Paula and I decided that it was time to find a new footpath. Our village very soon will be a town, what with all the new housing and all! Very soon we’ll be running out of our usual footpaths. We walk to watery lane wood, where the bluebells are in bloom of course we had to take a few pics.

So we decide to take the Coggeshall road when we spot a few roe deer’s as you expect we had to stop to admire the beautiful creatures and yes take some pics too! Time to carry on when we find a footpath on the right hand side of the road and surprise ourselves when we realize that we are on the other side of the quarry.

The fields were like a beacon of gold with the rape oil seed flowers, we pass the allshot scrapyard and kept going, the banks of the footpath were covered in bluebells and the tinny white flowers of stitchwort! The sun was shining and throwing its shadow along the footpath. after a while we realize that we should’ve taken the previous footpath otherwise we would be mils away from were we should be.

So we turn back to the allshot scrapyard and once again we are back on track so after 4 hours walking 20.725 footsteps we arrive home with very sore feet but very happy with our new find.

Published by anarosarioferreia

Hi am new to WordPress I have arrived in England in the late sixties met my Husband and got married have two grown daughters and one very lively granddaughter. My life revolves around my family and walking through the countryside. Love gardening and cooking too.

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