Up to this point we had walked from Hartington along every compass point except north, so north we went. It was very warm, and the sun was strong even through a hazy thin cloud layer. While I took a photo Jan took a brief rest in the shade of a tree.
Retracing our steps on the way down we were mystified by this sign. A footpath, yes, but not for humans? We'd already walked it in one direction without coming to harm, so we carried on. Nothing much happened.
My Garmin GPS showed an interesting record of the walks we'd done around Hartington. One of its functions is to display a track of where it has been, as well as showing speed, distance, elevation etc.
For our evening meal we ate at the Devonshire Arms. Tomorrow we have to be out of the cottage by 1000; and we don't have to rush home - the joy of my being retired!
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