Viking Way

The Viking Way is a long distance path which stretches 147 miles, north to south, from Barton-on-Humber, on the south bank of the River Humber, to the market town of Oakham in Rutland. The route officially opened on Sunday 5 September 1976 and links with many other long distance paths along its length. I started […]

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Celery

This sums up what makes a great British Pub. You don’t need to have visited the pub before.You don’t need to be with anyone. Just sit, sup and listen. Less than 20 minutes after arriving, two guys at the bar … “I know that place. I cut celery up there.” “Where was that then?” “I […]

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Danelaw Way

The Danelaw Way links the county city of Lincoln to Stamford along a 60 mile path devised by members of the Lincoln Ramblers Group. I walked the Danelaw Way over a period of 4 days in November 2018, split as follows … Day 1 : Lincoln to Caythorpe (21.01 miles) – Thursday 1 November 2018 […]

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Welcome!

As If I don’t have enough to do already I’ve decided now is the time to start my Blog, website, collection of memories, ramblings and moans. It’ll find it’s own direction over time I am sure but my initial thoughts are it will include walks, Cooper, pubs, beer, cake, railways, canals and Humanism with a […]

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