My daughter took this of me whilst we were on a walk on Monday.

We have had a lot of rain recently. The roads were so flooded that Miss M could not get to school so we were able to add a couple of miles to our target of walking 500 miles (cue the Proclaimers).

Our rate of clocking up the miles, which when we started was about 48 per year, was first hit by the pandemic and some very busy Summers on the farm. Now Miss M’s very full social life and list of sporting commitments means we have to grab any chance we can get.

We only managed 18 miles in 2020 and last year.

Current total: 185.4 miles.



14 responses to “Camouflage

  1. love the photo of your “walk way” – here right now, I’m not able to go walking as this region has a “state of emergency” and although it’s not raining so hard it’s still raining. Every now and then it clears up, the concrete dries and I think I could slip out for a walk, then it starts raining again. I told my support people I wouldn’t go out right now…staying safe.

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  2. yes, as Laurie implies, it’s all about one step after another – and it’s lovely that Miss M still wants to complete with you. Our local fields will be pretty solid underfoot now after all the last week of cold, so much better for walking on!

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  3. Such a fun project! Mile by mile, it all adds up. You certainly do blend into the environment.

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  4. Looks like a great day for a walk in spite of the puddles. Southampton Common has some extra small lakes lately.

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  5. Going Batty in Wales

    I like the photo too! Walking is such great exercise but hard to fit in sometimes, especuially if you are doing it WITh someone – you both need time available at the same moment.

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  6. You are getting there. You need a week in Snowdonia! Lovely photograph.

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