A Walk about Corsham

It was cold and threatening rain again as we set off to explore Corsham and its surroundings. As we walked down the nearly deserted, early-morning High Street, bundled against the cold, we almost abandoned the idea of walking, but managed to shame ourselves into getting some much-needed fresh air and exercise. Walking with guidebook and map in hand, we set off on what would be about a 1.25 hour, 8 km walk back home. A combination of historic buildings, shop fronts, lovely pastoral scenery, spring flowers, and discussing whether we were on the route conspired to turn it into a 3 hour walk. In our defence the instructions and map were more than a little ambiguous and cryptic.
A Sense of Place:  Travel, Photography, and Photo-art
by David E. Moon
© David E. Moon, 2014  All rights reserved
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A Walk about Corsham

It was cold and threatening rain again as we set off to explore Corsham and its surroundings. As we walked down the nearly deserted, early-morning High Street, bundled against the cold, we almost abandoned the idea of walking, but managed to shame ourselves into getting some much-needed fresh air and exercise. Walking with guidebook and map in hand, we set off on what would be about a 1.25 hour, 8 km walk back home. A combination of historic buildings, shop fronts, lovely pastoral scenery, spring flowers, and discussing whether we were on the route conspired to turn it into a 3 hour walk. In our defence the instructions and map were more than a little ambiguous and cryptic.
A Sense of Place:  Travel, Photography, and Photo-art
© David E. Moon, 2014  All rights reserved
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