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Old Sodsbury to Pennsylvania/Cold Ashton

It’s a solo walk for me today. Linda’s badly bruised toe took a beating over the last two days and it needs a break so I’m pushing on this short section solo. Tonight’s stop is in Pennsylvania just before Cold … Continue reading

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Wotten-under-Edge to Old Sodsbury

The morning greated us with blue skies and a clear forecast. Such a relief from yesterday’s rain. We can expect some muddy trails but at least it’s dry and sunny.  Our walk today takes us south to Old Sodbury which … Continue reading

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King Stanley to Wotten-under-Edge

Let’s rename this section to Hell’s Steep Climbs and Descents. The first leg is described as 6 1/2 miles of “streneous in sections” between King Stanley and Dursley. Boy are they not kidding. Hiking poles became essential and likely a … Continue reading

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Painswick to King Stanley

First day of our walk. Bath here we come! Today we’re tackling Painswick to King Stanley covering 9 1/2 miles down the Cotswold Way. Our B&B is another half mile or so outside the village so we’re in for a … Continue reading

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Winchcombe to Broadway. The long way.

Day two and I’m thinking “how many days did I sign up to walk?!”  I feel surprisingly good considering I spent a night tossing and turning until 3 o’clock in the morning. At that time I took half an Ambien … Continue reading

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