Weave your way through ancient woods, down country lanes, over misty moors and high heaths, along straight Roman roads and meandering riverbanks. Dress in Wellington boots, moth-eaten wool sweaters and country tweeds. Fortify yourself against the inevitable rain with a glass of port and a hot roast at a local pub. Close your eyes and turn your face up to the intermittent sun. Go out on misty mornings, drizzling afternoons or in the final golden rays of evening. Linger by cool streams, whispering barley fields and silent megaliths. Rest in the mossy roots of historic oaks or outside country churches. Run through purple heather meadows, dark forests and rainy hills. In short, next time you’re in England, go on a country walk. Leave your umbrella at home.