Hello, Dear Readers,
One day last week we walked, on a bright and sunny morning, to search out a rare geological feature.
We passed these healthy, happy, free ranging little ladies.
|These two were not too interested in me once they realised that I wasn't going to|
|Spooky tree, I'm afraid the wee pixie just dived out of sight|
before I could take his picture!
|A little bit of hazy April sunshine, adjacent to Hovings Hole.|
|This sign describes what we were searching for.|
|Nore Hill Chalk Pinnacle.|
When we first saw this pinnacle approximately 30 years ago it was much more impressive, taller and more defined, and not covered in grass/scrub.
We felt quite awe inspired to look down at this only remaining pinnacle where once, many, many years ago there would have been scores of them in the surrounding area.
Having achieved our objective we then retired to a nearby pub for refreshment and recouperation before walking wearily home.
"See" you soon! Hope you are doing something nice this weekend.