With Geoff still away in Les Gets my plan for the weekend was to stay home and save some petrol, but it didn’t quite work out that way..
I received an e-mail from a friend, who was hoping to catch up with me,on my usual Sunday walk with The Cambridge Rambling Club.
I only go on these walks from Cambridge as the location is usually too far from Kings Lynn, but desperate to catch up with my friend , the walking group and have a good walk, I broke my rule and decided to go from here…
Luckily the walk was not impossible to get too, in fact it was just over an hours drive to West Stow Country park, well worth the effort too 🙂
Larry led us on a fantastic 15 mile walk with very little mud for this time of year and considering how cloudy and damp it had been in the week, it was great to blow the cobwebs away and get out on a nice sunny winters day.
Our route took us by a Water Tower that had been converted into a stunning looking house , which amazingly was featured on Britain’s empty homes this morning.
I may not have saved any petrol but I had a fantastic day and chatted non stop for around 5 hours !
West Stow Country park with CRC at EveryTrail
You were literally a stone’s throw from my mate Lord Elpus and his better half, Miss Whiplash, in Lackford!
If it was a nice day I am sure you might have seen them – that’s their regular stomp.
How are you? For some reason you have dropped off my radar – it must have been when I changed my fixed blogroll to a rolling one – lost a few like that! Still – I have fixed that now!
I was just checking out walks near Bury St Edmunds and found your post. Looks like a good walk so will keep this one in mind. Thanks, David.
The day out sounds like it was worth every penny of petrol money 🙂 There is nothing quite like spending time with friends 🙂