Hello. I start this post with a video I made at the end of day 2. Chilling back at the camp site.
Day three was decision time, do I go a short walk in the morning and get back to pack everything away and be off the site by 12 noon, or do I pack away after coffee and a bite to eat, then drive to another village and walk from there. I checked the map, North Grimston which is on the way home looks a good place to walk from and it's only 15 minutes away.
That settled it, get packed up first then I have the rest of the day to go a walk. The Centenary Way footpath runs through the village, and the sign was right next to where I parked my car. Through a small wooded area and it opened out into a field. Look at this beauty, come to say hello.
This path had a slight incline and became easier as it widened out. Just over the other side of a fence on my left it says on the map that there is a training ground. The thunder of hooves told me what kind of training ground it is. I stood and waited a few minutes to see if any more horses were going to come past. I hoped I pressed the shutter at the right moment.
I left Setteringham on another section of the Centenary Way. Along the edges of fields back to North Grimston. I love this picture.