A Different Point of View

Exploring routes on our doorstep.

Exploring routes on our doorstep.

An impromptu trip home was just what I needed. Peterborough is not a place to relax and catch up on some rest. I felt the need for some fresh air and a familiar place. So with five minutes to go before I needed to head out of the door for work last Friday I frantically threw some clothes into a bag with the intention of not going back to that miserable little house at all until Sunday night.

So, after a chilled Saturday playing with the pups and catching up with friends Sunday saw us heading over to the Beacons to explore a new path. I’m usually terrible at exploring new places because I love the places I know so much that I am happy enough to go back to chase that feeling of content I know I’ll find. I know other places are likely to be similar and I never turn my nose up at going somewhere new but when I have such a short time at home it’s safe to go the places that I know I love. This was a path I’d wanted to look at for a while now though and I’m really very glad I did. So here’s a bit of a photo blog of our walk.

Finally getting out with Mum!

Finally getting out with Mum!

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Chilling in the sun on Fan Y Big

Chilling in the sun on Fan Y Big

Reaching the top of Fan Y Big

Reaching the top of Fan Y Big

On Fan Y Big with Corn Du, Pen Y Fan and Cribyn in the background

On Fan Y Big with Corn Du, Pen Y Fan and Cribyn in the background

Chilling on the way down looking over to the Blackk Mountains

Chilling on the way down looking over to the Black Mountains

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The last of the Bluebells

The last of the Bluebells

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It's strange seeing the peaks from a different point of view.

It’s strange seeing the peaks from a different point of view.

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