It being one of the few fine days on Sunday last, we decided a walk in the hills was a good idea. Not being able to do much on steep hills, we went along the Teggs Nose Trail on the flattish bit.
I tended to lag behind Mr. G and Max the dog, as I was photographing the lane, and the very large puddles!
The dry stone walls were covered in moss, because of all the wet we have been having, I suppose.
And the Hogweed looked very good against the sky
We eventually reached the stream, which I was very pleased about, as its quite a distance
This really brought back memories of when we used to take my two grandsons when they were small, and they would jump across the stream, or wade in it, and then we would all climb up the hill, and go right round at a much higher level, and back again to the car park. It really didn’t seem 15-odd years ago! I wonder if the boys remember things like that?
When we got back we were very pleased to see the reservoir was not only completely full, but overflowing down the chute to the valley below.
At least we haven’t got a drought any more!