Ichabod is itchy

August 20, 2006

it’s raining it’s pouring…

Filed under: rain — by ichabodisitchy @ 2:46 pm

up here in the peak district– but a ray of light in that i have borrowed our friend’s internet connection for a short itch… we have successfully moved– beautiful house + beautiful garden, but internet is taking somewhat longer than anticipated to get up, so will probably be silent for another week or so.

Meanwhile, we have abandoned our unpacking for a couple of days up here in the peak district, with some friends of ours. Despite the grim weather forecast and even the weather presenter saying ‘abandon all outdoor plans this weekend’, we still put on our walking boots yesterday morning and trudged up and down dales and in and out of forests. Only had two showers all day (although sky was grey throughout). There’s something very refreshing about going walking when it’s cold and grey and threatening rain. Invigorating, Lewis says– certainly put a flush in our cheeks!



  1. I’m looking forward to seeing your posts again. Glad the move went well!

    Comment by Susan — August 22, 2006 @ 3:05 am |Reply

  2. I arrived at a youth hostel in the Peak District a day early. It was something like 1956 at the time. I must have been keen or absent minded. It was the one near Home Moss. Or is it Holme Moss? I saw Speedwell Caverns, Blue John Mines and red suirrels. My mother had told me about these things. We played 78rpm Pop records in the Common Room those two nights. I forget what songs but they were better than a sing-song with all that Oh My Darlin Clementine stuff. cyquick.wordpress.com

    Comment by Cy — August 25, 2006 @ 7:54 pm |Reply

  3. Sorry, shove this q in will you please? Cy

    Comment by Cy — August 25, 2006 @ 7:55 pm |Reply

  4. PPS -in the word squirrels I mean, OK? Ta. Cy

    Comment by Cy — August 27, 2006 @ 3:50 pm |Reply

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