Our nearest neighbours are a fussy lot. They are constantly changing fields behind us and undertake nocturnal manoeuvres
Always scoffing and seldom remain still...
Yes I can see ewe..
Friendly bunch and not demanding
This one has an eye for a tasty morsel
This one simply likes scratching' his bum on the wall
Looking out from Holloway
Distant view back to Holloway
The Cromford Canal below Holloway after we had spent a pleasant hour in the company of Ken and his chums at the local tea rooms. An impromptu meeting but very enjoyable
A stunning riverside dwelling
Some guys from my home town remembered
The route back to the van took us past John Smedley Ltd in Lea Mills where the Queen was to visit the next day
We were again blessed that night with a full moon
'Best keep off the moor lads'
After having had the tower 'buzzed' by this guy..
Its time to 'detox' apparently says Nina, what a prat!
Waste of time really as an ever youthful Hank turns up for a walk round the hills
He takes pleasure in telling me he was taken for 35 the other day!
Be careful next to that cliff mate!
We had a great walk, a long chat, some beer and Nina cooked us dinner
A great day thanks mate