Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Knowl Moor

It was mid Movember 2012 (as you can tell by the fine growth of facial hair on display) and one of those clear winter days that leave your extremities at severe risk of getting frost bite.
We went exploring the moors on bike near our current residence, a fine mix of disused quarries, peat bogs, wind farms and chossy footpaths.
We made our way up to the highest visible point, which happened to be Knowl Moor (which was a challenge with the bikes) but worth it for the view, and more importantly the descent.

Welcome to on top of things . . .

Due to the nature of our hobbies we often find ourselves at the very top of things (weather by intent or mistake), and more often than not are greeted by the most rewarding views (or at least a trig point to stand on). So it was decided to dedicate this corner of our blog to those conquests.

No matter how big or small.

Where there’s anything on top of something, we pay homage to it here . . .

All contributions welcome!!!