The weather yesterday was much colder with a keen NE wind so it was a case of keep moving or your cold. The walk on the Bowland Fells up Parlick Hill then along the ridge to Fair Snape Fell (the height about 1700 ft) was about 6 miles .In the distant North Wales was just visible and through the binoculars the Isle of Anglesey could just be seen very faintly.Throughout the walk we had our first snow showers of the winter, not a lot to see naturewise just a few Red Grouse but a least we got out.
Prepairing for lunch, the dry stone wall giving good shelter from the keen NE wind
My name is David Crossley I am married with two grown up children and five grandchildren. I am a retired Engineering Instructor, retired in 1999. I have many interests - I am a member of Burnley Film Makers, an amateur film maker and photographer, a walker,all aspects of the great outdoors, wildlife gardening, wild life ponds and wild orchids. The highlight of my walking was probably trekking through the Himalayas in Nepal.
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