This, as long as it’s by choice, and for many, as long as it’s brief, can be strangely enjoyable.
Such was the up and over Hoad walk today. With the wind and the hail behind, this seemed pleasurable. One was being propelled up and what little hail got past the hood could be experienced as a face massage. That coffee back home had added pleasure. Now to be enjoyed!
Preferably to children. Particularly if they are by Julia Donalson. Here, I’ll have imagine the children. For me and for children, it’s what’s over the next page that is very exciting. Donaldson and her illustrators often give us a clue.
This video taken and posted by Paddy Dillon – what glorious shots of this lovely walk which in this case starts at The Gill, along the route of the Cumbria Way, past the waterfall, then across to join the track to the top of Hoad that starts up Chittery lane. The walk ends in Ford Park in its Nursery Garden and play area.
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