The walk started in the small village of Holt just outside Bradford on Avon. The walk started out over fields with a delicious sweet aroma from a local cereals factory. Then we followed along a river for some time.
We then crossed this extraordinary stone bridge apparently in the middle of nowhere.
We continued through fields of maize still short enough for us to see where we were going.
We had a first on one of walks which was crossing a railway. A little unnerving as a train appeared as I was about to cross.
We then walked through the churchyard of the parish church in Broughton Gifford before continuing on our way.
A particularly pretty part was along the side of a field of rapeseed with poppies emerging through the crop.
Then after 6 miles it was back to Holt past another church with two contrasting gates.
Then a more ordered front.
We were ready for our lunch and a cool drink by the time we returned!