Quiet Waters – Greensand Way

he leads me beside quiet waters,

he refreshes my soul.

He guides me along the right paths

for his name’s sake.

Even though I walk

through the darkest valley, 

I will fear no evil,

for you are with me;

Psalm 23: 2-4

After a challenging week with massive highs, and desperate lows it was good to get out on the next stage of the Greensand Way.

Doing my best to keep within the (vague) lockdown guidelines this trail is being tackled from the middle, and radiating out towards the ends.

Yesterday we arrived at Brockham on the wrong side of a road closure, togged up and started our walk to the village green.

Hooray! The village hall was operating as a make-shift coffee shop cum bakery, and the sausage rolls were fabulous.

Yours truly cleverly managed to leave his binoculars and coat behind, but after a cold start the day warmed up.

The official route was pretty busy with likeminded people trying to make the most of a wonderful day.

The River Mole was gently coursing besides a WWII pill box, whilst Canada Geese roamed on the opposite bank.

A few yards further on I got the chance to stare into the eyes of a particularly confiding Buzzard. After a while he slipped from his perch as a Jay called out above.

What a great start to a walk of discovery across an area totally unknown to me.

Such fun!

2 comments on “Quiet Waters – Greensand Way”

  1. Sorry to hear you’ve had desperately low points in your week…..and of you leaving coat and bins behind!! Hoping you can retrieve them …and some more highs too!

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