If you have ever been to Richmond Park, you will know how big it is. We're talking humongous. It is the London's largest enclosed space, and at 2,500 acres it is three times bigger than Central Park in New York. As it is about five minutes from my house, we try and visit when the weather isn't rainy. And since it is so big, we quite often end up visiting a 'new' part of the park. Last Sunday we went for a walk and came across a gated nature reserve. When you looked straight down the middle, you could see St. Paul's Cathedral. The gate was locked, but I loved the message. If only we could see where 'the way' takes us.