Monthly Archives: June 2014

Weird weekend

Back from another trip north, I fought my way to the door through an overgrown garden with a list of jobs as long as the proverbial arm. Certainly longer than my hobbit-sized one. I shall simply close my eyes for … Continue reading

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Sidetracked to breakfast

The Haystack seems a misnomer for the huge rock that sits beside the path that leads towards Backstone Beck and looks down to the Cow and Calf. It is a very special rock. Between archaeology, myth and the stories woven … Continue reading

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Written in stone

We left the Twelve Apostles and headed in the general direction of the Grubstones, before turning left towards the rippled mirror of High Lanshaw dam, crossing the moraine and descending towards the Lanshaw Lad boundary stone, Green Crag Slack and … Continue reading

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Circle of mist

“Find the path and stay on it…” Stuart and I exchanged a complicit grin as I quoted a phrase from The Initiate. It seemed appropriate; the morning had a feel of our trip to Wayland’s Smithy and Uffington, a little … Continue reading

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Backstone Circle

We had passed a point on the moors where my memory had to reach back, back… deep into childhood. I had not walked this part of the high moors for a very long time and I, of course, was the … Continue reading

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Book review Challenge Series – How I write a book review

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Day 1 Welcome one and all to our Book review challenge, I just want to thank everyone who is supporting this series it means so much to me. So what have we got for you?…

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Backstone Beck

As the sun continued to rise at our backs, the light dancing and changing with every passing minute, the three of us, Steve, Stuart and myself, headed over… and up… towards Backstone Beck. The water tumbles down the moor, over … Continue reading

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Solstice dawn

We rose as the moon still sailed the heavens and left our hotel just before four on Saturday morning, greeted by our ibis who seemed intent on managing the whole dawn chorus single handed. Now, there may be a case … Continue reading

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Twas the night before Chri…..the Book Review Challenge!

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“Twas the night before Chri…” opps!(The Wrong Book and exactly six months adrift)…The Book Review Challenge! If you’re not familiar with the plain honesty of this blog, then COME ON IN, everyone’s welcome, there’s plenty…

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