What better way to spend an unusually warm Saturday afternoon than an impromptu adventure into the wilderness!?
We got a call from Neil and Alex of Cobbles and the Country to say they were heading up to Stanage Edge and if we were up for it. We did of course so we got our boots on and off we went.
Stanage Edge is like the rocky border between Sheffield and the high peak of Derbyshire and is a prime location for climbers. It's also got some really flat plains that almost look kind of wild and western.
When we made it to the top of the rocks we nestled ourselves in a little cove to shelter from the wind. I must say though, it has been lovely and warm this weekend, definitely the warmest it's been this year so far. It was just bloody windy at the top. We cracked open the flasks of tea and enjoyed the view!
Later that evening we all, including our friends Stacey, Sidd, Hayley and Daz, went our for tea at Anchorage for Neil and Alex's joint birthday meal where Ben had a massive great whacking Lobster! It looked like it took a lot of effort to get through.
Good views, good food and good company, what a brilliant day! Hope you're having an awesome weekend too. :)