Change of season

September has arrived and as I walked by the canal today, there were little hints of Autumn here and there.  A smattering of gold and brown amongst the leaves. Black, red and orange berries. A fresh breeze stirring the waters.




As I walked, I thought about all the hundreds of times I had walked up and down the towpath; all the things I’d seen; the moods and emotions I’d felt at different times while walking; the people I’d met; the conversations I’d had, the frost, ice, mist, rain, sunrises and sunsets. I said goodbye to it all, at least for the time being.

After a long season of preparation, I am about to head off into an African Spring (which will be far hotter than the hottest of English summers). No more long-distance walking, at least for a couple of years.

I had wondered about drawing this blog to a close, but I’ve decided to continue for a while longer: even a short walk in Mozambique might make for an interesting story or two!

So, goodbye for now – but I’ll write again, soon.












6 thoughts on “Change of season

    • Thank you! I am now in Africa – I arrived 2 days ago and am settling in. I will most definitely continue the blog once I have had time to take stock. Today was our first day with wifi on all devices (very exciting)! Thank you for your encouragement across continents!

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