1 October: Macclesfield to Buxton

I love peace and quiet and a bit of solitude, like living inside my own head, but this is even too much for me. I could hear the sheep in mid-field chewing grass. For a moment there, I thought I had tinnitus, but no, it was just the sheep chewing away.

Buxton and St Ann’s Water

Above: St Ann’s Well was first hailed by the Romans for its health benefits. Its temperature is a constant 78F, and was credited with saintly miracles during the middle ages. We forgot to bring our flasks, the water is free, so instead, we treated ourselves to a pot of Yorkshire tea (to honour our departed Hobo) with two crumpets … jam and clotted cream. For more info on St Anne’s Well …

2 responses to “1 October: Macclesfield to Buxton”

  1. Sheep chewing grass would drive me a bit crazy too Misky! 🐑😜🤣 That was a nice thing to do in memory of Hobbo! May he Rest in Peace. 🙏🤞🤗❤️

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  2. Misky I like the vision of the sheep peacefully chewing the grass no cares in the world!
    So wonderful you and hubby had Yorkshire tea in honor of sweet Hobbo bless his heart 💕

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