Most of our minor roads are narrow and twisty, but there are one or two, below the Wenlock Edge, that have some dead-straight stretches. We’re using one of these to make a circular walk, to include a farm track taking us up to Kenley. Towards the top, there’s a solitary sunflower lying beside the track – however did it get there? More mysteries to follow – small heaps of potatoes, carrots, sugar beet, maize cobs and bean pods beside the road. Why?
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