Phyllis and I just finished our multi-day walk along part of the South Downs Way. There are few things more lovely than the English countryside in the spring. And sharing that with old and dear friends that introduced the two of us and who have shared many thousands of miles on Morgan’s Cloud made it doubly-special.
We are now back in work mode, although we will be in England for a few more days visiting my brother, before heading off to Germany to teach our High Latitude Course.
Comments are now turned back on and we will resume regular posting in the next day or so.
In the meantime, we have shared a few photographs from the walk.
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We walked through rolling hills alive with the blooming of spring.
And quaint villages full of thatch-roofed cottages.
There were wild flowers everywhere.
And a welcoming pub at the end of each day.
On the last day we left the fields of the South Downs for the spectacular shoreline with its vertical chalk cliffs.
Beachy Head was our last steep climb of many.
We ended our walk at the Victorian seaside town of Eastbourne.
With its iconic pier complete with amusements and tea rooms.