"The ache for home lives in all of us. The safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned." (Maya Angelou)
Great video! Fascinating, and I love the views in it.
I do love this series. Thank you.
I learned a lot.
What a smashing photo that excites with adventure!
I remember 'walking the canals' in my youth. Wondering now what happened to them all - if anything..
I love canals - I walk by mine, with the red kites circling and Canada geese hissing if I pass too close to their chicks. Canal barges, full of holidaymakers now, chug up and down - always the men streering and women hauling themselves out to work the locks. This canal (the Kennet and Avon) is thriving again. I am walking the path once used to take wool from the Downs to the mills in Bristol. Oh the footsteps of history!
Got a video too, getting high tech at your zoo haha Canals sure can be interesting. Been drained for quite a while, good wildlife can get use out of it too.
Hi Mario - love hearing your voice describe your route and the life around your walk. It's interesting to the route and I'm sure other connections will link in to it in due course. Great for wildlife though ... cheers Hilary
That's a very interesting post! I myself like cycling as well.
Absolutely gorgeous but more fascinating. It's weird to think that this idyllic park was actually underwater previously.
Excellent video; most informative!
Que puedas seguir descubriendo estos senderos y disfrutar de tus salidas en bicicleta.Un abrazo
Always nice to find another cycle path (or walking path for me)
I think I mentioned this before, but the book, "Three Men and a Boat and don't forget about the Dog" was a wonderful book about traveling on the canals in another era.
I needed that verdant ride through soft air. Your woods make it visible.And your voice, I've said it before - it's mesmerizing