For The Love of Walking: Dan Brown Monologues

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I love walking! Up mountains, down country roads and over fields, just getting out there and experiencing some great natural surroundings… Lets have a chat and look at some lovely footage!
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14 Responses

  1. Nessie Barton says:

    Well if that doesn't motivate us to get outdoors nothing will, walk planned for tomorrow, off to explore 🙂

  2. MaryS Ferguson says:

    Beautiful !

  3. Bent Flemming Nielsen says:

    What I really miss (in almost all of your videos) is an explanation of what we actually see in the Pictures. In this one we start out in one of the most interesting iron age defence  mounts of the World (Old Oswestry iron age hill fort site) and goes on to other ruin sceneries later, without a single Word (or textsign) of what we see.
    I'm very much into archeology from iron age up to medieval time, so for me GB is a great place, unfortunally I haven't been able to go there, but the more I miss the explanations on your lovely videos.
    Keep up the good Work 🙂

  4. MrDaveCee says:

    Superb video Dan, quality viewing once again 🙂

  5. Peter Marchbank says:

    was this moutain minera mountain pls pardon spelling 

  6. Paul .Austin says:

    You've got some cracking footage there Dan, really nice.
    How do you find all these walks in Shropshire – is there a website/map that show them all?

  7. adey kitch says:

    Awesome scenery Dan, we should all make more time for doing stuff like this. Great video as always.

  8. Donald Paulson says:

    Thanks for sharing the joys of your life, Dan. Very beautiful scenes. the things you are doing are very special. Float On and Walk on!

  9. RandFarmPark says:

    Love your "droning voice" Dan… and I really enjoy your videos… I only wish I was brave enough to break free of material trappings like you. Such a wise head on such young shoulders 🙂 

  10. Amarysso says:

    I agree with you, many good things can come from walking: a clear mind, a feeling of peace, energy, good health (physical and mental),… For my fiancee and I it's even the best time to talk. Thanks for your insights!

  11. Finn says:

    i must say dan, that's quite an impressive amount of walking you've done !  I agree great to get out away from the screens telling you other ! I took some polaroid pictures up in the lake district, it was all stunning, keep up the good vids 🙂 have fun now

  12. Ken Lynch says:

    Excellent filming, editing, narration.  Excellent X 100 for the scenery

  13. Martyn James says:

    It reminds me of the loneliness of the long distance running – Being the first and last man on earth

  14. Yup says:

    Wow! Gorgeous places, I'd love to walk there too!

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