Day 1: wee 'airy-coo near Curbar edge
another small 'airy coo (kidding)
dog shaped rock
intrepid explorer Maria
Steph and Rob sharing stories
forest near Froggatt
An inviting path through the woods
One of many impressive dry stone walls in the region
eating lollies at a dam near calver
Anyone for a dip?
Day 2: Rob, our trip photographer, in action at the trail-head in Edale
Climbing through Grindsbrook Clough on the way up Kinder Scout
A view back down Grindsbrook Clough
A nice place for a break
Still a little way to go
Tobs nestled among the rocks
There were some cool rock formations on Kinder Scout
Tobias looking down a valley from Kinder Scout
Made it !
A perfect spot for a break
Walking a riverbed through the peat on Kinder Scout
More strange rock formations. Can you see the faces? There are (at least) two. Ape-man and pointy nose.
Kinder Downfall. Sounds ominous, no?
This sheep was indignant about this Asian couple who stole her favourite spot. Either that or she wanted a bite of their sandwich.
Dry stone ruin near Jacobs Ladder on the walk back to edale
Now *that's* what I call a Yorkshire pudding...
Day 3: Maria feels at home among the trees, near Gradbach wood.
Lud's church, near Gradbach.
Lud's church was so impressive it was hard to fit into a photo.
It was very peaceful here
A tiny flower growing among the moss in Lud's church.
English bumblebee. Fluffeeee
A convenient perch
Beech trees in Gradbach wood
Pleeease can we stay here? Please?
Day 4: 8th century Celtic cross in Eyam cemetery.
Impressive. Chatsworth house.
In the woods behind Chatsworth house. These woods were once the edge of Sherwood forest.