People would sometimes say - What do you miss about England? And one of the first things I'd say would be - walking in fresh air. But since I have been back, I've only been on two significant country walks. The first was a solitary walk in the high peakland beyond Winnats Pass, taking in Eldon Hill and Peak Forest. The second walk was communal - with Shirley and some of our friends. We parked in Hathersage last Sunday and headed up to North Lees Hall and Stanage Edge. Both walks were quite lovely and of course I enjoyed the freshness.
So, as I have nothing else to say this morning, I'll share some photographs from those two walks...
|Lambs near Rushup Edge - the one of the left is called Hippo and |
the other one is called Lettice.
|The disused stone quarries at Eldon Hill|
|North Lees Hall - once visited by Charlotte Bronte.|
|Rock climber perched on Stanage Edge|
|At Stanage - Shirley (middle) and four friends|