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Packs, produced by Kirklees Culture and Leisure Services in conjunction with the Mirfield Area Committee, containing maps and directions for the walks, are also available from the Kirklees Walking Network.
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Walking a labyrinth where there are a number of other walkers can be a little challenging.
I grew up in the country so have always enjoyed walking," he says.
He calculated that a walker could not only take one step without energy beyond the initial nudge but could also execute the entire walking cycle powered only by gravity.
Walking among the speakers, listening to the voices swell and overlap, one is transported to that intersection of unconscious fantasy and advanced technology first encountered by the Surrealists, where time-honored distinctions between here and there, self and other, reality and representation, no longer hold sway--a space we are still learning how to inhabit.
It reflects on walking in England and English literature (a well-studied subject).
I found some answers by literally walking in circles.
We stayed in the Latin Quarter, which is both reasonable and picturesque and within walking distance of almost every site we wanted to visit.
Walking tours developed from this into one-week (or longer) tour-operated trips, taking in the history of a region while providing excellent scenery and exercise.