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... It now includes one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pastureland, heathland and forest in south East England. Horse and cattle roam over the hills, roads and in the villages which is really strange to see. What a lovely area though, you could spend a lot of time there investigating the little villages dotted around and wandering through the forest tracks and beside the lakes and streams. And we would have if we ...
... I invested in new brakes. Spillers Farm, the B&B for the night was a short way along the main road. The owners, Bridget and Keith, had moved from London to run the 13acre farm and are self sufficient in fruit and veg, also from the sheep, chickens and Gloucester Old Spot pigs--no pigs there at present. They make their own sausages, etc and are probably influenced by the nearby River Cottage of TV fame. The strong head wind and hills took their toll and I was early to ...
... arrived at my destination of Winterborne Zelston, my 15 mile journey having turned into one of 22 miles. Oh well! . July. 7th. My accommodation in Winterborne Zelston was extremely good, with Jane and Angelo proving excellent hosts. I had a meal in the Botany Bay Inn, just up the road before having an eary night. In the morning my ankle was quite swollen. It would have been difficult to wear boots and Julie ( who I am ...
... the the second most important route for Sustrans. By the time I passed Wareham and reached Wool, I was out of energy and late afternoon, so I decided to take the train to Dorchester. I did not reach the rather scruffy Sydney Arms, my B&B for the night, until 5.30. What a contrast from Inglemere and £5 more! Not even any soap! Sainsbury's was nearby, so I bought food for dinner and fruit for next ...
... Jack, here we rested and took stock. Chris warned us that the next part the down hill decent would be the steepest we would have to Traverse . If fact this was where all our injurys developed my left toe nail dug into into my adjoining toe prompting me to stop and get the little nail scissors out of my first aid bag and give all my toes a little trim, I ended up having to put a bandage around my toe to protect it in my ...
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