Welcome to LEJoG Day 31. You might find it exciting. Day 31 pre-amble The Byrds sang ‘Eight Miles High’ back in the 1960s. Today’s stage was eight miles long but there was nothing high about it. Nothing low either. It was flat. Canal walks, fields that didn’t really roll, roads with barely a gradient. The […]Read More #31 EIGHT MILES FLAT
Welcome to LEJoG Day 30 (Every single one’s got a story to tell) Day 30 pre-amble Approximately two thirds of today’s walk was spent on the Severn Way. The sun shone brightly. The weather could be described as balmy. And uneven application of sun cream can leave you with white stripes. LEJoG Day 30 (Saturday […]Read More #30 SEVERN WAY: SUN, BALMY
Welcome to LEJoG Day 29 Day 29 pre-amble Today I arrived in Worcester. I wanted to give the post a title which played on Wodehouse’s most famous creations. If only because it would also foreshadow a later blog post title acknowledging the two men known for playing them on TV. So I needed a word […]Read More #29 SERENDIPITY!
Welcome to LEJoG Day 28 Day 28 pre-amble As indicated yesterday, that’s how they promote the Malvern Hills, which dominated today’s stage. You know how it’s a bit of a cliche to say that many places around the world don’t live up to expectations, but the Grand Canyon does? Well, the Malverns aren’t exactly the […]Read More #28 “A BREATH OF FRESH AIR”
Velcome to LEJoG Day 27 Please accept my appoloagies for the inconweenience Day 27 pre-amble Blackadder II is, for my money, the best and funniest series of my third favourite sitcom. Though it is pretty much a three-way photo finish, e.g. Blackadder The Third has my favourite episode and Blackadder Goes Forth gave us one of […]Read More #27 “LIKE A BROKEN PENCIL”