Friday, September 30, 2005

On top of the world

An unfathomable amount of Peak District is dedicated to public pathways. You can walk up any hill you want to find this trail, which runs the length of the peaks on this side of the valley. To reach it, we crossed through a dozen fields; farmers here welcome local hikers, who apparently crowd the area in the summer. Open space is at a premium in England, something I take for granted in the Northwest.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! Everything looks so beautiful there! Ugh, I would love nothing better than to be downing Guinness with you right now :) I miss talking to you soooo much... i need my chica!
Glad orientation is over :) How'd it all go? Hopefully I'll see you online soon

Anonymous said...

grrr... aparently they've changed things so that I have to type in an identity :)

Anonymous said...

or it just won't let you....

Meg said...

Hey you!

It went well, and there may actually be a way for me to talk with you, although I'd still have to keep it short (not cheap, but less expensive than regular phones)...only thing is I'm not sure if it would cost you anything. They're telling me not, but I don't know! Can you ask your cell phone company what would happen if you receive a call from a mobile with Mobile World that's based in the UK?

Miss you TONS...