Thursday, March 26, 2015

Walking Still...

It’s grey windy and wet right now at 10.20AM so perhaps I won’t bother going for a walk today. I have been walking 7 miles day on most days for months now and that, plus weight-training over the last few weeks, is starting to give me periods when I’m completely knackered. The body needs to catch up.


Meanwhile, over the last few weeks, Spring has sprung. The snowdrops have finished flowering and now daffodils and primroses have opened. On some days I’ve even been able to head off with just T-shirt and jeans.



It’s been the same route every time: out of my house, by road down to Althorne Station, across the track and down to a marina by the river Crouch, along beside the river then up to Althorne and back by road. Each time during this walk I’ve seen the steady progress of this conversion of a water tower into a house.


Interesting views and all that, but it’ll be a lot nicer walking in the mountains of Crete. There I’ll start taking some different routes and start regularly walking some of the gorges.  

3 comments:

Ian M Campbell said...

BOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

I want to register a complaint - I wanted them to convert it to a spaceship...

(grumble grumble...)

Ian M Campbell said...

By the way is the title a lexic pun?

Neal Asher said...

Maybe the finished version will be straight out of The Day the Earth Stood Still.

No deliberate pun intended.