Friday, 18 June 2010

49/365 All Cannings

The Kennet and Avon Canal runs from Bristol to Reading through some delightful countryside, mostly in Wiltshire. On summer weekends it is usually a hive of activity, with holiday makers, canoeists, anglers, walkers and cyclists making the most of the waterway and towpath - however, during the week, and especially outside of school holidays it is a haven of peace and quiet, with nothing to hear but birdsong. Come, take a walk with us along the section of the canal near to the village of All Cannings.










This is a circular walk and towards the end it is necessary to leave the towpath and walk across the fields back to the village and, as any really decent walk should always end at a pub, the Kings Arms is most conveniently placed for liquid refreshment and solid sustainence.

2 comments:

Annie xx TheFeltFairy said...

I know we moan about rain in England but look at the lush green-ness it gives us - we really are blessed! xxx

Terresa said...

Beautiful pictures!

I visited England last fall (it was my second time there) and fell in love all over again. (swoon)