Updated: Oct 26, 2022
Plan B Kinver – The Other Side
Despite multiple attempts I couldn’t get my preferred walk from Bridgnorth to Rindleford via Jacob’s ladder to fit our pub walk needs!! Plan B worked out fine though apart from having to find a different pub for lunch the day before? Apparently the pub I had booked for our walk decided to have the kitchen rewired so cancelled booking. Yeah, cheers for that not stressful at all!
Plus this year was the first pub walk ever when I came back with fewer members, than I started out with. Whilst gaining a few extra along the way, work that out!!
Photo's credit/pitched from: Flossy Kay & Graham Nevett
We set off up Kinver Edge bathed in glorious autumnal sunshine a grand mixture of club members, prospective new members, family & friends all aiming for the Trig point.
Time out for these tiny toddler legs near to the Trig point!
Shropshire scenery with both Clee & Brown Clee Hills just noticeable in the far distance.
As we passed a member from a different herd they didn't seem too phased by the slow meandering WMC herd!
Making our way along the top of Kinver Edge our very own Monica & Gail bring some autumnal glamour to the walk.
With Worcestershire in front of us we emerge from Kingsford Country Park woods heading towards Cookley.
When tiny toddler legs are tiring you can always rely on Daddy power to save the day!
When out & about with the WMC I do like to keep all my ducks in a row, makes them more manageable.
We joined the Worcestershire Canal at Cookley, which we followed until we reached the Lock Pub at Wolverley for lunch, leaving us with a much shorter route back to the car park. Always a good idea after a couple of pints don't you think...
Well that's all from our 2022 WMC Pub Walk.
Another well attended successful social club meet for all ages.
With great scenery & great company!
Until next time, keep smiling folks!
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