The view from my window is beautiful. There are woods, green fields, rocky hills, grazing sheep and a brilliant blue sky. I look out of the window here sometimes and imagine what’s out there over the hills. At first I imagined something that I had not yet seen, and now I remember what I have.
Over the hills is one of my favourite places in the world, so familiar that it’s hard to say that I don’t know when I will see it again. I have sweat and laughed and learned and loved and dug and dug and dug over there. But that’s not all that I have seen and done over the hills in my window.
I have walked many miles of Hadrian’s Wall, an impressive stretch of land. I have also gotten to know the trails around Haltwhistle on weekends and evenings. I have seen this country coast to coast and many amazing places along the way.
I have met many friendly people and animals too who will be the hardest to say goodbye to. I always have my camera with me having taken over 2000 pictures since I left home in May. The best thing that I have done is to have made memories that I will take with me wherever I go.
And as I look out this window once more, and maybe for the last time, I at once remember it all so well and imagine what’s out there over those hills.
I will be home soon.
Thanks for reading,