‘What is surprising is the definition of the hollow way which runs parallel to the west of the path; a near perfect survival believed to be pre-medieval. It’s route makes little sense, but here it is carved by feet, hooves, wheels and maintained by serf’s hand. It rises up along the base of the scarp as a deep quite wide channel, trees and bushes break the line, but it is still nearly perfect. I step down into the bottom of the shallow channel and walk an unbroken stretch of it between sagging boughs, each footstep absorbing the heartbeat rush of age and time, carrying me under skeins of mistletoe, and barbs of holly, over the perfume of leaf mound and rotted roots, below the nettles, deep in the world.’
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IW Ref: 1975
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