A few wrong turns meant a few hundred more feet of climbing, all culminating in a chilly, wind-swept summit – but the views were worth it.
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A District Drenching
England’s Lake District charms still cast their spell despite my ignoring the forecast and abandoning four wheels for two.
Escaping the furious pace of England’s “classified” roads meant leaving behind many of their safeguards.
Walking the Wall
A strenuous hike along England’s Hadrian’s Wall rewards with a glimpse into an ancient time and stunning scenery.
Soldiers not forgotten
A century has passed, but countless well-maintained headstones still mark Flanders Field, honoring the fallen and reminding visitors of their loss.