Summer Evening: Bradfield Walk
posted by Graham Piper in Summer Outings
Seven intrepid members of the 80+ club membership attended the first summer eve of the season. Was there football on? Yes I think so but even Germany taking a walloping wasn't as much fun as a lovely walk in majestic English countryside.
The walk started by St Andrews church in Bradfield and set off along the tow path of the lovely river Pang with trout in abundance and some hairy long horned cattle posed for us. We continued up to the road where we crossed and passed up through Rushalls farm where a Christian society was partaking of some fun and frolics in the Black barn. Some decaying machinery was found further up the track which once again posed for a couple of us.
The walk continued uphill and crossed into more enclosed woodland before exiting into fields near to Bradfield where for or five deer were seen bouncing their way through the tall grass. A short walk along the road brought us back to our vehicles which were then overtaken by some strange force which managed to control the vehicles and park them all at the Greyhound pub in Tidmarsh. It seemed rude not to have a beer or two!
Hoping to see more of you out next week to enjoy the wonders of Hartslock.