Hiya. It's been smashing wandering around the Lincolnshire Wolds with my walking buddies today. We left about 9am, and parked in Walesby, and set off about 10am. The route was given to us by our friend Graham who walks with the local Ramblers group. He said there is a fair bit of elevation in it, which is what Paul likes. There are plenty of gentle rolling hills so not too taxing on the old leg muscles. This is typical of the views, not such a clear day, some mist about, but you can still see a long way. We followed the Viking Way to Normanby le Wold.
I think the chimney stack will need a bit of pointing up, and a few tiles needed on the roof. Mind you, you could leave it open and you have the perfect shower room.
I've got a big cheese and lettuce sandwich, too much for one sitting so I save some for later. The rucksack I am using was given to me. It's really comfortable. It's slightly bigger than my usual day sack, this one is better for use in the winter as there is room for extra clothing.
Next was a bit of road walking, then a track to Risby. We picked up the Viking Way again and came across a deer farm. It looked like quite a big herd. Pity they are going to be killed and eaten.
on this site.
The door was not locked so we had a peep inside. It looks a bit dusty, but according to the web site they have services there and it is looked after by Friends of the Old Church formed in 1980.
Saturday again, hope you have a good weekend. Thanks for popping in. Toodle pip