There didn’t appear to be any way through, which worried Ellie.
She had been though this way countless times in her head, and each time it had been clear; an overgrown pathway, cutting through the houses between the allotment and the garage block.
But now she was faced with this wall. It was new, there was no question about it; five metres high, she could see no way over it. Pausing, catching her breath, it ran only a little way to either side, but the brambles and undergrowth barred the way.
She crouched, closed her eyes and drew a mental picture of her way out of this… mess.