I'm developing a routine, at least at the start of the day:
Breakfast - read news on computer and answer and make comments on the blog.
March up and down my stairs ten times.
Go out for a local walk.
Today I think I have established what may be a regular route from home. I decided to take photos to show an almost continuous record - it is perhaps a bit boring, but for my readers from other countries (yes I do have some) this will give a good idea of my locale. The walk is one and a half miles and today, including stops for photos took me thirty five minutes.
|Round the corner from my house, Silverdale Road just out of sight at top|
|Left into Silverdale Road. My nearest post box on left under shadow of hedge|
Cemetery and chapel on left beyond car.
Right turn into Red Hill Woods opposite cemetery
Cemetery and chapel.
Latter is used for parish council meetings and other occasional events
|Right turn off road opposite chapel into Red Hill Woods|
|Red Hill Woods - Arnside Knott way up to the left|
|Halfway along track in woods - no need to use bench today|
|Emerging from woods onto High Knott Road - distant Lake District hills in view|
|High Knott Road. Elevated above Arnside with a line of grand old houses on left|
|Arnside railway viaduct - on the way to Grange-over-Sands|
|I've walked High Knott Road perhaps hundreds of times at all days of the week and times of day but never seen so many cars parked opposite the large houses|
|Descending from High Knott Rd to Red Hills Road|
|Red Hills Road.|
Junction in distance with Silverdale Road and my convenience store opposite
|My convenience store - Silverdale Road|
|Looking up Silverdale Road. Dentist on right, playing field etc. on left|
|Children's playground, cricket and football pitches, bowling club and tennis courts|
|Left off Silverdale Road onto top of Briery Bank. Telephone exchange on left|
|After a few hundred yards on Briery Bank I have now turned right into Hollins Lane and a steep little climb back to home|