Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Driving Across the Moors

Heather blooming on the moor.  Wind chargers on the horizon.

There are times we grow weary of driving the most direct route to a place.  Cities are one roundabout after another, followed by crowded roads, congested with traffic.  So, we program Bib to take us another way, preferably without as many towns.
One thing about England, it's really green.

No barbed wire fencing needed, they have rocks for building.

View across the pastures to the moor.

Miles and miles of miles and miles.

We do occasionally see one of the locals.

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