As I mentioned in my last post, on Halnaker Windmill, ‘something quite momentous and thrilling happened’ during our walk.
Jill and I were stomping along the public footpath that traces the line of the ancient
Roman Road of Stane Street, battling our way through
overgrown bracken and scratchy brambles, imagining ourselves walking in the
footsteps of ancient peoples, enjoying the twittering of birds and buzzing of
birds, when ...
And boom again!
These were the Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, performing one of their world-famous acrobatic displays for the ‘Festival of Speed’ taking place that day at nearby Goodwood. We’d had absolutely no idea to expect this but, by pure chance, we just happened to be in one of the very best possible places to watch their incredible manoeuvres. It was quite simply breath-taking!