Wandering on a road to nowhere
Who's for footpaths? I love discovering and walking them, but after Tuesday I will be a little wary in future.
I walked the Anstey to Cropston footpath, only a mile or so, and came to a stile, but directions? No.
The direct path led to a farmer's plantation.
So I detoured and when I reached Cropston it seemed like three miles.
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I kept on the main road to Thurcaston.
I noticed two smart-looking footpaths in Cropston, but no destination on signs, so ignored them, or else there's no telling where I'd have landed.
R Dunkley Eyres Monsell.