Archive for the 'Walking' Category

Byron’s Pool

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

Yesterday Andres and I cycled from Lammas Land, along the Grantchester Grind, past Jeffery Archer’s house and along the road to Trumpington to Byron’s Pool, a local nature reserve. Originally an old mill pool (there is evidence of a mill on that site since the C11th) the area now boasts a short circular route through […]

Andrew Duncan

Sunday, May 20th, 2012

You know how I love a good Andrew Duncan walk and today I managed to persuade Thomas that he did too. Walking from Queenwsay station through the parks and the back streets to Knightsbridge was lovely. Although I’d like to know when London got so crowded. We stopped for a spot of education in the […]

A walk in Old Warden

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Went on a super walk today. Marie and I drove out to Old Warden village hall where we met up with other walkers. Due to my wonderful direction giving (that you may remember from the St Ives walk) we managed to get lost several times and eventually after driving over crossroads and through a ford […]

As I was going to St Ives

Sunday, January 29th, 2012

Lucy and I had great fun today. After spending too long in the pub on Friday with Louise, Lesley and Tony we decided to get fit, get healthy and get walking. Today we would ramble with the Walk Cambridge group and this would get us nicely on our way to fitdom. Lucy had a head […]