Another excursion into Derbyshire for John and Stuart, starting with a train to Hathersage and returning from down the line in Hope. Continue reading
In which Stuart re-joins the group and has a spectacular accident on a bus, John auditions for this year’s pantomime and discussions stray onto the etymology of invisible rabbits. Continue reading
Both of the usual photographers were absent from this walk (through being down south and down-at-heel), so Roger’s report is illustrated with a valuable contribution from John. Continue reading
In case regular readers wonder what a choral society walking group talks about, it does, occasionally involve music – this time Roger’s report on the Buxton Festival. Other topics included the importance of gut bacteria, whether viruses are counted as living things (and if not, why not?), and animal sentience. Continue reading
A wiggle around Diggle.
Most of the walks start and finish with a journey on public transport (which enables a point-to-point walk rather than a circular walk which often involves some repetition). This one started with an impromptu car ride, courtesy of a cancelled train. Continue reading