On Friday I walked with SHWF. We walked from Bourton on the Hill following a circuitous route bringing us back past Sezincote House, apparently the model for The Brighton Pavilion. The route brought us back along The Heart of England way which was boggy in places. So much so I detoured through some brambles. NotContinue reading “March The Month 18”
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Scaling The Cotswolds.
High up in my Hermit’s Cave I have a clear view of The Cotswolds. More exactly, a clear view of the northern escarpment that rises south of Stratford upon Avon and runs south westerly towards Cheltenham. Rising some five hundred feet in places, It separates the alluvial Vale of Evesham from the high Cotswold plateau;Continue reading “Scaling The Cotswolds.”