Week 67 – Guildford to Dorking

Wednesday 8th to Tuesday 14th January 2020
Due to having a cold I took things easy and kept my mileage low to not stress my body further

Guildford to Shere 5.84 miles
Shere to Dorking 7.5 miles

Total miles this period 13.34

Total miles to date 2804.64

 

Guildford to Shere

 

Guildford to Shere

 

Top of the hill on the North Downs Way National Trail. Guildford.

 

Guildford to Shere

 

Guildford to Shere

 

Shere

 

Shere to Dorking

 

Beggars Lane, Abinger Hammer. Shere to Dorking.

 

Shere to Dorking

 

Shere to Dorking

 

One of 3 old fence posts with a decorative top along the North Downs Way. Shere to Dorking.

 

The 2 fibreglass, painted cows at Denbies vineyard Dorking. Originally from the Surrey Hills Cow Parade, a collection of 60 sited across the Surrey Hills AONB in the summer of 2016 and subsequently auctioned off for charity.

Week 63 to 66 – Christmas and New Year break

During my R&R break I spent 2 days in the Lake DIstrict before heading back to Surrey

Week 63 – Wednesday 11th to Tuesday 17th December 2019
Week 64 – Wednesday 18th to Tuesday 24th December 2019
Week 65 – Wednesday 25th to Tuesday 31st December 2019
Week 66 – Wednesday 1st to Tuesday 7th January 2020

Total miles this period 5.5

Total miles to date 2791.3

 

Buttermere to Crummock Water. The Lake District, Cumbria

 

Crummock Water. The Lake District, Cumbria

 

Crummock Water. The Lake District, Cumbria

 

St James Church, Buttermere. The Lake District, Cumbria

 

A memorial to Wainwright in St James Church, Buttermere

 

The wrought iron ‘Shepherd’s Gate’, at the entry to St James Church, Buttermere

 

Buttermere, Cumbria

 

Buttermere to Borrowdale

 

Part of Castlerigg Stone Circle near Keswick, “one of the most visually impressive prehistoric monuments in Britain, and is the most visited stone circle in Cumbria”

 

Box Hill in Surrey

 

View from Box Hill walk in Surrey

 

Box Hill in Surrey

 

Moss at Box Hill in Surrey