I have no problems with people using footpaths that cross my land and I even cut extra paths through the undergrowth in the new woodland and suggest they may prefer to walk them instead of through the long mowing grass in the fields.
I consider myself lucky in most cases that most people understand that even if the footpath goes diagonally through the field it is better to walk around the edge when there is a crop growing.
What does irritate me, is that people seem to be able to open gates but unable to close them afterwards!
One of my neighbours even have a stile the other side of the gate post, but they still insist on opening the gate and leaving it open, and have the cheek to complain when he chained and locked the gate!
Where do these walking paths lead to? Someplace really useful like for wilderness camping?
Yes, some paths/tracks in remote parts of Scotland are old drovers tracks, and another purpose they were used for; "Bona-fide" travellers on Sundays.Where do these walking paths lead to? Someplace really useful like for wilderness camping?