Ramble definition: v amble, drift, perambulate, peregrinate, range, roam, rove, saunter, straggle etc etc
And this certainly covers the range of topics I have covered in my blog posts since I started on March 1. Right here you need to cheer. Yesterday was my 200th post. Aw c’mon – that deserves at least a little recognition.
But back to today’s post. Usually, well quite often anyway, when I sit down to write I have some idea of what I shall write about. But at other times. Well, if you read my earlier post Kiss Your Frogs you’ll know that’s not always the case.
Sometimes, I start with an idea and then this over-age mind of mine goes off on a totally different track and I am reminded of the rambles that I take with Lotte each day.
“made the twentieth day of March One thousand eight hundred and seventy three
BETWEEN THE HONOURABLE WILLIAM. FITZHERBERT
Superintendent of the Province of Wellington in the Colony of New Zealand
of the one part and
THE MAYOR COUNCILLORS and CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF WELLINGTON
(who with their Successors are hereinafter termed “the Corporation’ of the other part…”
This deed specifically provides access to over 1,000 acres of walks, playing fields and leisure activity areas for the people of Wellington and it’s visitors.
Lotte and regularly walk in this part of the town belt as it is in our area and it has a designated dog area where she can run around off the lead.
This is another favourite track of ours. Khandallah to Mt Kaukau but since I have had Lotte we haven’t ventured to the top. It is too steep for her little legs – well, that’s my excuse anyway.
The bush is quite dense but is well-marked with paths and signposts. Other people do let their dogs off the lead here but as there are so very many interesting and enticing smells she might follow them and never come back Lotte is kept firmly on the lead..
And so, as you can see it is not only my mind that
wanders rambles, but also my legs. And I am so very grateful that I live here and that I am able to enjoy the peace and solitude (yes often we don’t see another soul on our walks).
Added to the bush the sea is only a 10 minute drive away. How lucky can you get?