Stoke Dry, Lyddington and Eyebrook Reservoir


It looked like rain for all of the walk but 18 walkers undertook the walk today, one from Kettering ramblers and others new to the group.

The start was by the reservoir at Stoke Dry and swans and coots could be seen on the water.

Everywhere there were signs of the autumn colours even the hedgerow had joined in.

The bulls in the field eyed us all with interest , we tried to ignore them, but a close watch was made by the walkers.

One of the stiles looked like we were in for high jump or limbo dance to negotiate it (see photo of the barbed wire enclosed in a blue tube) .



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