Archive for the tag 'The Silkin Way'

I chose a local route to complete my memorial walk in honour of the late Queen Elizabeth II.  The walk was perfect with both sunshine and showers.

I will now retrace my steps on my virtual route from London back to Windsor (just under 29 miles), concluding with a ‘real’ walk along the ‘Long Walk’ from [...]

16 Comments CherryPie on Sep 28th 2022

I only had time for a quick walk without the opportunity to stop and take photos along the way. I took a couple of photos towards the end of my walk.

Over the month I walked 346,227 steps (139.51 miles).

Comments Off CherryPie on Jul 1st 2022

… to find where I needed to go for a routine check up (boob squash) later this week.

The booking arrangements had changed since my previous visit (four years ago) and the letter with directions was confusing.
I walked through the hospital grounds to find the testing unit in the same place it has always been so [...]

Comments Off CherryPie on Oct 13th 2021

Part of this walk took me along fully urban routes rather than my more normal semi-urban routes. I did not photograph the fully urban areas. I only walked them to get my bearings on how to link local pathways together. My explorations led to a 7 mile walk in the afternoon sunshine.
It was not the [...]

6 Comments CherryPie on Apr 15th 2021

4 Comments CherryPie on Mar 30th 2021

In early 2020 an unexpected virus arrived affecting our lives, causing us to stay at home for a while to stop the virus spreading and getting out of control. During this time Captain Tom Moore inspired many people with his uplifting spirit of life and walks round his garden to raise money for the NHS.
It [...]

2 Comments CherryPie on Feb 28th 2021

After lunch I took advantage of a sunny interlude to go on an afternoon jaunt. I took in Little Apley Pool and Tee Lake before making my way home along the Silkin Way.
I had another encounter with a dog that wanted to be by me. I had stepped off the pathway to let the owners [...]

12 Comments CherryPie on Jan 14th 2021

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