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Hiking Inn to Inn

An English Walkabout
We took our first walkabout in 1988 in the Cotswolds, one hundred miles southwest of London. For three days we hiked over hill and dale on paths and country lanes past thatched-roof cottages, country estates and farm fields marked by ancient stone walls. We stopped at pubs for a lunch of meat pies or fish and chips and a pint. The day’s hike ended with high tea and a stay in a village inn. I realized that this was my favorite way to travel, and I started thinking about how I could hike inn to inn closer to home.

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Thank you, Tom.  I will go ahead and order that book....it appeared to me that even the updates online were quite a few years old, but I will check again.  And, if there is an ideal looking itinerary for us, I'm sure I can research the lodgings...and hope the maps are up to date.

I look forward to reading about your fall adventure.

Mahalo,

Gail

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