100 Steps for Chittle Chattle in December

Today began with horrid fog so I was happy that the sun came out in time for my lunchtime walk. I decided to go out of the back gate from work, and across the road to where a childrens play area leads to a very peaceful area of houses. I rarely see a soul there, but there are lovely avenues of trees and a couple of very big, old ones that have been kept thank goodness. This time I noticed a gap between two houses that I’d never seen before, so I crossed and went through. It led to a curved footpath with trees either side, so I walked the hundred metres or so until it opened up to a grassy area with more houses across the other side. Then I remembered Chittle Chattle’s hundred steps walks, I haven’t done one for a while, so I turned back the way I came and counted my hundred. This is what my phone and I saw.

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Do you have a lunchtime stroll? If you do then next time take your phone out, snap and count as you do, you’ll be surprised what you notice.

http://chittlechattle.com/2013/12/07/100-steps-10/

16 thoughts on “100 Steps for Chittle Chattle in December

  1. I do take a lunchtime stroll almost every day, usually a couple of miles, but unfortunately my scenery is not nearly as nice a yours. Mine is along a busy street and through an industrial area, but at least I can get out and get some exercise. 🙂

  2. You are inquisitive and take wonderful pictures. Did you know that a walk in nature at lunchtime does your brain good, refreshes it. Much better than walking down a busy street for the same length of time. YOU are doing it right and your pictures are enjoyed by all of us. 😀 Thank you.

  3. How very odd, I couldn’t find this last night, hence my probably strange comment in reply to yours. So glad you did this, I loved seeing your photographs. There are often little havens in unlikely places if we just look, and a lunchtime walk is very good for the soul. Thanks for joining in, Gilly.

  4. Alas, not often do I stroll in my lunch break. It’s half an hour and I’m usually so busy I don’t want to take the break. But sometimes I do… and it really does make a difference.

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