Anybody got the blues?
Me too.. Not had a walk in a while, in fact since NOVEMBER. I mean a proper walk somewhere nice. I did walk to work and back for a week, when I thought I had a slow puncture & I couldn’t be bothered to sort it out.
Getting out into the wilderness? Who me? Not I.
A scheduled a walk Sunday the 27th of January has beenwritten off due to snow all last week.
Although the snow has gone it is still freezing cold, but at least the sky is clearing and the sun came out yesterday in London.
Instead, I went to the Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley to see a ballet broadcast live from Moscow, not normally something I would do, and I enjoyed it much more than I could have imagined, it was in three parts with decent 25 minute intervals .The sets costumes and coordination were beautiful, it was truly sublime. It has been years since I have seen anything so beautiful,.
Travelling back on the rail replacement service to Kings Cross wasn’t too bad after an afternoon at the cinema; the full moon was shining and I had forgotten how high up it was around HIGHGATE!.
I really must get out more.
Been down in the valley of Brixton far too long, and doing the cycle from Brixton to Camberwell South East London (work) way too long.
Walking through St Pancras International just made me want to get away more , I longed to jump on the Euro Star and drift away.
So I guess it’s time to start really digging out some routes to walk, and planning ahead. January is always the longest hardest month of all. Everybody (or a lot of people) are off sick from work and there seems to be more and more to do.
Trudging around in the snow to get to work is a drag and those that travel on trains have to endure an extremely bad journey, if there is a train at all.! The Railways in the South England, seem incapable of delivering a service when we get a bit of snow, it just adds stress to the whole month.
I’m personally ready to say goodbye to January and start looking forward to February and planning some days and weekends away.
Until then Happy readers
Adios & farewell.