Milton Keynes Boundary Walk – Day 5


A nice sunny day, pleasantly warm, pretty much ideal for walking. This was an enjoyable walk, mainly through corn fields, with one sheep pasture and a cattle pasture (complete with Bull!) to mix things up a bit. Very flat, with no real up or down all day, but some pleasant views along the way, nevertheless. Apart from Astwood at the beginning and Salford at the end, the walk only passed through one hamlet, East End. Nothing of historic interest (other than Astwood church) on the route, and I didn’t see any unusual wildflowers. Lots of peacock butterflies, and a few others as well. The paths were generally pretty good, but were overgrown in a couple of places.

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