K decided to take Dyl a walkies so I joined him. He had intended to do a short walk around what we call half axle but I suggested we went for a walk down The Stones.
Into the village
One of the pubs - it's still traditional and has not changed since my childhood.
The church where I attended as a child, where I got married and where two of our girl's were christened.
A spot of graffiti just outside the village
Into the woods, see Dyl's waggy tail
Lots of nooks and crannies
One man and his dog
The leafy green canopy
The promise of a wild orchid
We found one a wild orchid actually there were lots when we started looking
Lots of paths to explore
A fab notice board full of interesting facts
A lovely bridge with hanging ivy - spot Dyl
through the bridge
Dead man's cave - prehistoric bones were found here - I was terrified of it as a child.
One family were having great fun rolling eggs down one of the hills - the children shouted -'people' as we approached - I wonder what else we could have been?
The eggs must have been a good few days old because Dyl didn't even try to eat any of it.
Back home through the bottom gate to the Church
This angel both fascinated me and scared me at the same time when I was little
A view from the top of the grave yard
Phew - it was a lovely walk we were out and about about 2 and a half hours - all for free - it was great fun and will be repeated.