The Coronavirus Diaries, 26th September 2020

I’m going to let photos do most of the work tonight. I had my first proper, boots on, train to the start point, walk for months today. If we are locked down again it may be my last for a while too. At the last minute my friend Nicola decided to join me and we met yup at Waterloo Station. The walk is the the one Celia and I did at Easter 2019, and it was wonderful to do it in a different season. We stopped at the Watts Gallery for lunch, checked out the shop, spent some precious moments at the Chapel and revelled in the views of the countryside, the boot against the path, the blackberries in the hedgerows and the sweet chestnuts bursting from their spiny shells.

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Guildford Cathedral

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Signpost with boot

Fungus

Shirts to tempt Celia

Changing colours

Post box

Flowers and wall

8 thoughts on “The Coronavirus Diaries, 26th September 2020

    • It was the perfect day for a walk. The temperatures have dropped but the sun shone until early afternoon. We inhaled the day. I grew up in this area and going back always has a nostalgic tinge.

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