Monday, 31 August 2020

Walk schedule in August

The walks will continue to start at 11 a.m. as per our normal summer schedule . Please always check here on the blog before you head out to ensure that the walk leader has not made any last minute adjustments to her plans. 
Sturdy shoes are recommended. Several walkers find trekking poles useful, particularly if the paths are wet or muddy. Dogs on leads are welcome on our walks. Where forest/parkland zoning rules allow, you may take off the lead, with the agreement of the walk leader, but the dog must be well behaved and stay close to its owner.

Walk schedule: (please see Directions above)

Monday 3rd August : Paulette’s walk in the Forêt de Soignes from the Barbizon in Welriekende Dreef (Overijse)

Friday 7th August: Kyung-sook’s walk at Rouge-Cloître from under the E411.

Monday 10th August: Change: Paulette’s walk in the forest from the Bosmuseum in Hoeilaart-Groenendael (see Directions above)

Friday 14th August: Kyung-sook’s walk at Jesus Eik from Kapucijnendreef at the back of the church.

Monday 17th August: leader needed

Friday 21st August: Joan's walk from Gordaallaan,Tervuren Park

Monday 24th August: leader needed

Friday 28th August: leader needed

Monday 31st August: leader needed

Friday, 14 August 2020

Kyung-Sook's walk at Jesus Eik

 


Thanks for a very enjoyable walk, Kyung-Sook.  
Especially for laying on some really refreshing rain at the end!

Sunday, 9 August 2020

Kyung-sook 's walk at Rouge-cloître on Friday 7th August

Thank you Kyung-sook for leading a walk at Rouge-Cloître on this very hot day. Two brave walkers were happy to accompany her. Kyung-sook chose shady paths which made the walk nice and cool. 




Friday, 7 August 2020

Paulette's walk in the forest from Barbizon on 3rd August

It is always refreshing to walk in the forest on warm days like today!




Saturday, 25 July 2020

Paulette's walk at Château de la Hulpe on July 24th


Today was a perfect day to walk. We expected rain but the weather turned out to be mild and sunny.
Since there were only 4 of us, we took the opportunity to discover other paths in the forest.





Tuesday, 14 July 2020

Paulette's walk in Neerijse on 13th July

The nice thing about Neerijse is that the landscape is so bucolic and varied. Little paths crossing fields or woods, along cristal clear streams, smiling faces. A lovely walk indeed.







Wednesday, 8 July 2020

Paulette's walk in the Forêt de Soignes from Bois de la Cambre on Monday 6th July

One of the advantages of walking in the morning in July and August is that we can easily park in the Bois de la Cambre.  It was nice to rediscover this lovely park that stretches to the Forêt de Soignes at its end. 

Sunday, 5 July 2020

Paulette's walk at Château de la Hulpe on Friday 3rd July

It was nice to rediscover Château de la Hulpe this Friday. What a beautiful property! The four of us stopped from time to time admire beautiful little details along the way. Thank you Germana for your very nice photos.
























Monday, 22 June 2020

Up and running again

The Walking group is active again. We have walked 3 times already since June 19th with 2 groups of 6 or 7 walkers each time, according to the rules issued by the "Comité de Sécurité belge" ( 10 persons maximum per group). Many thanks to Cynthia, Joan,  Isobel, Kyung-Sook  and Margaret for helping me to lead smaller groups. Thanks to your solidarity, all the walkers who wanted to participate in the walks could do so in safety. 

Monday, 8 June 2020

Restart of walks

The walks are restarting. They are currently limited to 10 people. All informations will be temporarily be given by email.

Tuesday, 31 March 2020

March 2020


All walks cancelled until further notice because of governmental decisions ( see email)




Monday, 16 March 2020

Paulette's walk in the Woluwe park on 16th March

Three of us joined me for a reinvigorating walk in the lovely Woluwe park today. We walked two by two to ensure sufficient distance between us.
It was a breath of fresh air in these worrying times. Daffodils were everywhere to be seen, a pleasure for the eyes. Thank you for your nice photograph, Anne.


Friday, 28 February 2020

Paulette's walk in the forest from Rue Nisard 28th February

Today's walk clearly showed us the aftermath of the recent storms: fallen trees on the paths, broken branches everywhere, slippy underfoot. so glad no one got stuck in the mud!





Wednesday, 26 February 2020

Paulette's walk in the forêt de Soignes from Drève du Comte on 24th February

Although the weather forecast was not very good this Monday, 14 ladies appeared at the meeting point ready to brave the elements. Luckily, the wind was not strong and there was not much rain.


Monday, 17 February 2020

Isobel's Walk on 17th February

Thank you Isobel for a lovely walk amongst the trees - both upright and fallen!  Unfortunately we were all to busy negotiating branches and brambles to stop and take photos, but we certainly saw evidence of the recent storm damage.

It was a mostly blue and beautiful day, and the two short sharp downpours didn't dampen our enthusiasm!



Paulette's walk at Jesus Eik on 14th February

We did the "Koninglijke Wandeling" at the Arboretum of Jesus Eik. Nice long walk, 2 full hours, with an enthusiastic group.





Sunday, 9 February 2020

Paulette's walk at Rouge-Cloître on 7th February

A record number of ladies turned up at the Rouge-Cloître this Friday, the sunniest and warmest day of a very grey and rainy week. We had the pleasure of welcoming Arlette and Tyrell, new walkers, whom we hope to see regularly. After the walk we stopped for a nice chat and lovely tea in the cosy atmosphere of the welcoming taverne du Rouge-Cloître.








Friday, 7 February 2020

Joan's walk in Tervuren Park on Monday 3rd February

A beautiful day for being out in the forest.

Friday, 24 January 2020

Paulette's walk in Overijse on 24th January 2020

It was cold today. Everybody was well wrapped up. But a brisk walk kept us warm. Nevertheless, we were all very happy to put our feet up at Paulette's for a coffee and a cookie.