These days I don’t walk as much as I would like too, mainly because I have to drive so far to get a decent walk and with the cost of fuel it becomes expensive.
This weekend though I had no excuse as The Cambridge Rambling Club had booked to stay at The Old Red Lion Hostel in Castle Acre for a weekend of walking.
So I Invited a walking friend to stay with me and swapped my Purple bike for my walking boots and my Purple ruc-sac.
Saturday was a lovely bright sunny Norfolk day if a little windy and we walked 17 miles along some of the Peddars Way and Nar Valley Way, although we had to make a few diversions due to heavy flooded paths at times.
Today was a bitterly cold and much windier day but we Â still managed 14 miles along the Nar Valley Way keeping away from the flooded fields and was grateful for no rain.
Nice to see so many snowdrops on our walks this weekend 🙂
After both walks we enjoyed tea and cake at the Churchgate Tea rooms where we were well looked after 🙂
My next walk is planned for 16th March with the LDWA who are walking from Sandringham and then The Daffodil Dawdle at the end of March…..
Ah the famous Nar Valley way! I’m surprised your friend didn’t meet a special somone whilst walking it 🙂
ahhh Only I was lucky enough to do that 🙂