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Konquering Kinder

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Another day of walking by myself (which I actually quite enjoy) and after a very lazy morning I decided that it was about time to get out and do something with the day. The morning mist was slowly burning off to reveal another gorgeous day in paradise. I’d sized up several options for the day, but decided in the end… Read more »

Castleton to Edale Ridge Walk via Jacob’s Ladder and the Pennine Way

A 16 mile ridge walk through some lovely countryside in the Peak District. The first picture encompasses the route – out along the ridge which loops around across the top of the picture, back down the brown hill on the far right to Edale, and then back across the valley, and over the ridge into Castleton. Up and raring to… Read more »

Tonight’s Garden View and Tomorrow’s Challenge

A very simple delivery to the Sculpture at the Sanctuary Exhibition this afternoon, literally dropping off and leaving them to do the installation. We spent more time in the tea rooms, chomping on coffee and cake provided gratis by the organisers. Very civilised. A slightly dreary drive via Mansfield and Chesterfield through showers and rumbling thunderstorms, but the slow ascent… Read more »