Parking @ BridgeYate BS30 5XN
A walk not to far from home this week and the weather was not promising ,in July !
Starting out from Bridgeyate and heading along the Dramway Path walk that follows sections of the route of a nineteenth century tramway which carried coal from Coalpit Heath in the Bristol coalfield down to the River Avon.Through the Warmly Forest park ,Nice place.Then you come to Siston Court,Look at that sky only a matter of time!
Siston Court from other side
From here heading on to Pucklechurch well edge of missing prison ,well hidden.
Through a few more fields Many Many horses on this walk ,No Cows !!
We come to Abson Ford to deep to wade.
The Trees On Freezing hill ,A Great landmark ,
Although we've tried not yet mange to picnic underneath yet !
Oh yeah now its raining.
This is Wick Quarry and Rocks visited the other side on Walk 66.
Where's Rod Hull when you need him ! An Emu
After Passing through quarry ! I know quarries usually out of bounds Wick quarry footpath goes right through upper bit .This chap Working hard as is Quarry.
Bury Manor Castle was actually a castle many moons ago still looks pretty smart.
Approaching the River Boyd This the 3rd Buzzard we've seen Plus Many House Sparrow,Yellowhammers Quiet a few butterflies on walk too Marbled whites,Gatekeeepers and Meadow Browns .
The River Boyd which after 2.77 miles from here runs into the River Avon
The Rain gone away for another day walk almost complete and blue skies ! Nice
That's all for now check back soon :)