We’ve had several comments for how lucky we’ve been with the weather for the walks. Well, by contrast this one started out as a Grade A Grey Day, with cloud down below a thousand feet in places. (In some of those places, we were walking at above a thousand feet.) Nevertheless, a good (well spaced) walk ensued… Continue reading
In Rainow, we met some people we’d met before, but, due to social distancing, they wouldn’t stay close enough to be photographed, so this is largely a chronicle of the impediments to progress on John’s obstacle course.
Under the November 2020 Covid regulations we are allowed to walk, but not in groups of more than two. Consequently the walkers were so far apart that none of them got into the pictures during Roger’s semicircumnavigation of Glossop. Continue reading
For the second time, Stuart led the group out of the Tesco Car Park at Whaley Bridge. This time, the route took us over Chinley Churn to New Mills. Continue reading
Macclesfield Forest in autumn provided a feast for the eye (and a stretch for the legs). Sarah’s route took us through deciduous and coniferous woodland, past reservoirs, up hills, through peaceful farmland and windy, boggy moors. Continue reading