Strolling in Derbyshire

Glorious day in Dovedale. Glad you liked it

Red Rambler

Derbyshire Rolling countryside.

After first reading Pride and Prejudice many years ago, I wanted nothing more than to make a visit to Derbyshire. I desperately wanted to be Lizzie, bonnet firmly in place, wandering around the rugged countryside and potentially running into a modern Mr Darcy.

My dream came partially true when my dad and I took a day trip there to go for a long stroll. We managed to choose another blisteringly hot day, so we really got to see Derbyshire at its best (no Mr Darcy though).

Sadly my goldfishesque memory has forgotten the name of the walk we did, but hopefully I will be able to squeeze it out of my dad in the near future.

Derbyshire Inside a cavern.

We set off on a tree-lined path that wound its way alongside the river and investigated some big caverns that were carved into the rock that towered above us…

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