JOGLE Day 67 Painswick to Wotton Under Edge

This stage was over 20 miles and a bit of a challenge. Knowing no one was joining me, I got up and started walking early to arrive in Wooton Under Edge at a good time

Arrived about 4pm.

There were many woodlands and most of the pics I took were of woodland scenes. I also passed a school sports day with a running commentary from one of the teachers on a megaphone.

The feature picture is one of the woodland scenes

The supplementary pictures are of Nympsfield Long Barrow Burial Chamber, the Tower in North Nibley commemorating William Tyndale who translated  the Bible into English, and was later strangled then burnt at the stake, the old market place in Dursley, the enclosure of trees on Wooton Hill to commemorate  the 1815 victory at Waterloo and a place for bears

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