Coast to coast

The breadth of Northern England, from Robin Hood’s Bay in the East to St Bees on the Cumbrian coast in the West, is roughly 190 miles. A well-mapped route √† pied traverses North Yorkshire’s beguiling and desolate heather moorland, the Dales’ rolling wildflower meadows and the¬†peaks and hollows of the Lake District. There’s a good […]

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Past the previous furthest point

  Biting January air and the thick sky should feel oppressive. There should be a sense of needing to get back to warmth and comfort. To lamps and cups of tea, shit TV and dinners in the oven. But the cold feels sympathetic. One foot in front of the other, into the mist. Keep moving […]

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