This is the final in a seven part series from Helen. I have loved every single one of them – go and check out the other parts too!
This is the final instalment in my account of my weekend away with The Silent Eye. Please click here for parts one, two, three, four, five and six. And thanks for reading!
After our dawn excursion I returned to the hotel for breakfast, then packed and checked out, as Arbor Low was the last stop on our weekend adventure before I had to head to the train station. I was picked up by two of the companions and we set off, sun shining as we wove through the countryside. The Peak District was glowing with late summer, green fields lush with grass and replete with cattle, the rising slopes rustbrown with bracken and heather. Before Arbor Low, we were to have a quick stop at Monsal, where ice cream could be had while taking in a glorious view of the valley and viaduct below.
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It was wonderful having Helen with us that weekend… and her series has been a joy to read.
I’ve loved it! What an amazing experience!
We do our best, Suzie. 🙂
I remember her telling me about what an amazing time she had…
I’m glad. It was good to have her with us, she added something very special to the alchemy of the weekend.
I can imagine – she always makes me smile!
Helen carries her own light 🙂
She certainly does!
Aw, I just saw these comments 🙂 Love you guys xx