More walking today - this time to Brighton. Six miles horizontally, plus a bit vertically, which took us three hours. That included a stop to eat our sandwiches - and more than one stop to consult the map. On the way the sun came out! It was the first we'd seen of it for a few days. By the end of the day it had dispelled the fog, which was good.
Our route took us past the race course. This was interesting: it seemed to consist of a horse shoe of track with each end closed off. I had expected a "circular" route along the lines of an athletics track or a motor racing circuit. Perhaps the Brighton race course is an equine version of a human's 100m sprint.
Alvecote approaches - Tomorrow begins the final holiday of this (academic) year. It's not a cruising holiday as I had planned, and postponed, only to postpone again. But going t...
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