Friday, November 02, 2007

Tarka trail - the walk was only three miles - such a delightful stroll and nothing like the arduous one I did later on 'Exmoor. More of that later.

There's Instow - almost there.

Seats are thoughtfully placed along the way. Appledore on the left - Instow on the right.

The old signal box and the end of my walk. the Tarka trail is alonside the old railway line which maakes for very civilised walking I can't wait to do more of the Trail.
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15 comments:

f:lux said...

Wow. I could happily imagine myself just sitting there and watching the clouds go by.

PI said...

f:lux: you're right.
'What is this life if fu' of care,
We have no time ot stand and stare?'

Nea said...

Thank you Pat, for the gorgeous photos and reminding me of "Leisure"

PI said...

Nea: the pleasure's all mine and it has to last until next year.

apprentice said...

What a lovelly place. I like muddy estuaris too, something magical about gloppy muddy channels cut by tide and river.

PI said...

anna : glad you like it too.

Joe said...

Beautiful photos!

Michele sent me!

PI said...

Hello Joe! Whaddya know?

john.g. said...

Lovely,as usual!

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

What a beautiful and fascinating place, Pat....Your pictures are wonderful and I feel like I took the walk with you without the excersize part...lol!
Lovely Beautiful Country you live in, my dear.

PI said...

Thanks John!

Naomi: if we walked together it would be fun and there would be a lot of talking and, as friends do when they talk whilst walking, stopping and staring and it would probably take us all day. Bring it on!

kenju said...

What gorgeous scenery! I'd love to walk there too!

PI said...

Judy: and it's flat too:)

Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

Lovely shots, Pat. It looks beautiful. How could it be other in a place with villages called things like Appledore?

PI said...

Sam: I love that name too.