Sunday Picture Post: Not So Common

8th April seems so long ago, yet I’ve left us at Fritton Common, and we’ve a bus to catch to take us home. So best we ignore the date and get walking again. Please, come along…

At the south of the common, signage directs us to Boudica’s Way. But that’s not the Way we want.

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This is the way we want…

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It takes us alongside a rather wet woodland looking wonderfully green…

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Now which way?

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Apparently this way…

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And into a pasture, beyond which…

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But first we have to cross the stile… and I do swear it was designed for a giant; it’s all crazy angles and made of slippery iron (not to mention the barbed wire beside it just waiting to snag us)

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And we’re into a field of canola. In UK it’s called rapeseed. But with such sunny flowers, and such a sweet scent, I cannot use such a horrible name

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Almost back from our walk, reluctant to encounter traffic and people, I take a lingering look back

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And onto the last few yards of a footpath which will deliver us to the small town of Long Stratton

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Hope you enjoyed our walk. Next week we head out to the water meadows of Swardeston. Till then…

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9 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Not So Common

  1. Sadje says:

    Just perfect weather to be outside. Lovely photos.

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  2. granny1947 says:

    Love our walks together.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Lovely colours, made me feel quite nostalgic

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  4. Dale says:

    Oh! THAT is the way I would want, too! Love that second image. And I have to agree with you. What a horrid name rapeseed is!

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