I had just arrived in the village of Pill on the South side of the Avon near Portbury Docks. Come with me on the rest of the journey as I embark on a trip down the Avon Gorge into the centre of Bristol.
It goes with out saying we love this time of year when everything is in bloom. It is so important to make the most of Spring and Summer while we have them. Here are a few reasons why.
Returning to Cotswolds to go walking when we have the chance is always a pleasure. We enjoyed our last circular walk in the Cotswolds from Castle Combe immensely so when we saw we were forecasted good weather at the weekend a couple of weeks ago, Harriet & I devised another of our improvised circular walks and headed … Continue reading Stow-on-the-Wold Circular, Cotswolds
I have very nostalgic feelings toward Glastonbury Tor and the town of Glastonbury. I lived there for nearly two years whilst I was growing up and frequently made the climb to the top of the Tor to enjoy the views on a nice day. Harriet is also very family with the Tor as she spent years of … Continue reading Just Visiting: Glastonbury Tor
Recently Harriet and I started tackling The Cotswold Way which is a National Trail running for over 100 miles from Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire to the old Roman city of Bath. Join us on our first stretch of this historic trail from Wotton-Under-Edge to Old Sodbury which took us along a 14 mile stretch of beautiful but challenging footpath. As is so … Continue reading Cotswold Way: Wotton-under-Edge to Old Sodbury
The last walk that we posted on Greenspace Walking means that we have now blogged a total mileage of 209 miles. Thanks to everyone who has been following us up until the 200 miles mark and thanks to everyone who is new to us. We completed some truly amazing journeys between 101 miles and 200 miles. Here … Continue reading Milestones: 200 Miles
Thanks for joining me again for the second half of my most local river trail, the Frome Valley Walkway. Lets go back to where we finished Part 1, The White Horse pub in Frenchay, North-East Bristol. After a drink it was time to continue my long walk home from the centre of Bristol. I picked … Continue reading Frome Valley Walkway, Part 2