Most of this hike was a steep incline, but nature has a way of forming its own steps to help people reach the top! With all the trees roots scattered across the floor, you could catch your footing from all the rain and mud that was soaking the ground.
Once we’d arrived and parked up, we followed the pathway running parallel to the River Windrush. The river is framed each side by mature trees - which were just turning auburn on this October day - and is crossable by a series of low, stone arched bridges, giving Bourton-on-the-Water its 'Venice of the Cotswolds' title
At times, it rains. Visions get blurry, objectives seem distant, and life obscure. However, nobody digs in a ‘foxhole’ with the intention to stay in it forever, and obstacles are put in one’s way for a reason - how bad do you want to accomplish? Never give up on what matters the most, and make sure you keep fighting the good fight 💪🏻