precious as autumnal sunshine by staying
in the house. So I have spent almost all
the daylight hours in the open air.
10th October 1842
Ever wonder where you'd end up if you took your dog
for a walk and never once pulled back on the leash?
~ Robert Brault
Just try putting a half Jack Russell on post-surgical bedrest--it's no less than a herculean task. But even though we've been missing the University Parks and Christ Church meadow, there's still so much beauty to be soaked up on a simple walk around our block; around our Holywell neighbourhood.
planters and blowing leaves.
|New College, Oxford|
Established in 1379.
learners, is on our left as we walk down
Mansfield Road. The inscription on the
clock tower is perfect for its students--
"It's later than you think.....but it's never
too late." It's never too late to learn, to
stretch, to grow. What a great daily reminder.
In the daylight though, the colleges shimmer with
gold, the light bouncing off the Cotswold limestone.
The bicycle, the bicycle surely,
should always be the vehicle
of novelists and poets.
Walk is full of students during
|Stuart & Jack lead the way|
through the leaves.