Monthly Archives: February 2016

January, Foster’s Stone

I lock my bike to an oak tree just off the Pennine Way and leave the track, walking beside the wooden post and rail fence that will take me to Foster’s Stone. On the climb up here the sun has … Continue reading

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January’s end

The tree, still leafless, not lifeless, is billowing. With the full throatless roar of a stag breathing forcefully out through its nose the damp air of the night, the tree makes the wind and, whipping bare branches, now supple and … Continue reading

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