After a hot sticky night and with a very warm day (and week) forecast I took to the footpaths at 7:30 this morning, the visibility was very poor, I’m not sure if you could describe it as a heat haze, but I do know it was hot and humid, I pitied the poor commuters who would taking the train into town.
If you would like to see some much clearer views of the Peak District, learn how to build drystone walls,
or see the WW11 aviation wrecks on the Kinder Plateau, take a look at last nights ‘Country File’, BBC1 on iplayer ( sorry guys, this episode does not feature the pin up for men of a certain age, Ms Julia Bradbury)
Bovines have been getting a bad press lately, it’s not a load of old bull
But something to be aware of (especially if you have a dog with you) rather than terrified of. This bull was as happy as a cow in clover, as he had his ladies for company.
No bull over ten months old, should be kept in a field that has a public footpath crossing it, without being accompanied by cows or heifers, because he will be a tad frustrated and get grumpy and no bull from recognised dairy breed (Ayrshire, British Friesian, British Holstein, Dairy Shorthorn, Guernsey, Jersey and Kerry) is allowed in such a field because dairy bulls ARE nasty and grumpy, period.
Mr Uhdd is home from his Three Peaks Yacht Race, having had a whale of a time and is planning the next adventure, this comes as no surprise to me.