At this time of year town should be vibrant and bustling with shoppers loaded with carrier bags and excited children in tow.
This is the walkway I usually take into the shops and it has a wide area where there’s usually something to see or music to listen to.
Not many people up High Street either.
Lets look downwards is my favourite bit. I like the mural and it’s another place for buskers, with seats to watch the world go by. Just off in the distance are several ancient timbered buildings and the guildhall. I only popped in to pick up a parcel from M&s., trousers that are too big so I’ll have to go again to take them back. Quite a few cafe’s were open , but not enough people for a buzz so home I went.
Even poor lonely Mr Reindeer looked grumpy, still waiting for his lights to go on.
Yes, after the most horrible week of rain and wind today was sunny with blue sky. The dogs were champing at the bit, especially Flora who’s been recovering from her surgery, so their favourite destination, the valley park, was calling.
I could see the cows way off in the distance
You can’t tell from the pic but this is a very steep hill!
The land is farmed, cattle grazing in summer, arable and a fabuous meadow.
An organised walk for some, a run for others
A dramatic cloudful sky
Towards Wonford and the hospital
George rushing headlong to the steep valley
Looking north west of the city
This isn’t our way in, that was a mile or so back
I don’t think Jo’s posting a walk this Monday, but this is to wish her a Happy Birthday, have a fabulous week lovely girl 🙂
Just a week left of Becky’s square lines challenge and I haven’t managed as many as I’d hoped. Luckily she doesn’t mind, all are welcome with that lovely lady. Today mine is a hotch-potch of man made and natural, beside the Exe.
Cathedral Close is a place I used to love going to when I was a small girl, to feed the pigeons and play on the grass under the trees. I still love to stroll around and sometimes the light is just right.