17th November This is a beautiful walk, made better by the fine, late Autumn weather. It's been said before, but bears repeating, we love the Hambleden Valley and most of the tracks have been walked by Angells over the last few years. This time we walk as far as Pullingshill Wood at Medmenham before turning north to Marlow Common. At Mundaydean Lane we stumble upon 8ft high boxing hares, frozen in mid fight! Outdoor sculptures are becoming a theme for us, first the Nuba Survival at Checkendon, then Much Hadham and some Henry Moores and now Marlow Common.
21st January Just occasionally when we've been walking the location and the weather have come together to produce a really memorable walk. This was one of those occasions. We returned to the Hambleden Valley after last week, but this time we've decided to walk north, up the valley towards Turville, before looping round through Fingest … Continue reading Hambleden
14th January Last time we were in the Hambleden valley it was the week before the Henley Regatta. Almost exactly 7 months later we're back with a shorter walk planned. I could live round here...by which I mean I'd like to live round here, of course! There are internet reports of when the Hambleden estate … Continue reading Pheasants Hill