A Frosty Drive Up North…

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Moving house to over 3 hours away means I’m on the road a darn lot at the moment back and forth. That doesn’t mean I still can’t enjoy the scenes around me en route :)

One great thing about a drive up through the north of England is that you are never far from hills and rolling greenery. I hate to get a leg stretch by pulling over into the expensive motorway stations. I must admit I would rather grab my coffee then take a small detour to the views that are never far from the concrete and tar roadways.

One innocent recent drive from the Saddleworth hills up to Northumberland became a treat. Blue skies and frosty. The sights became a great distraction to the mundane.

A cold dawn over Saddleworth…

Rochdale over yonder

A leg stretch with The Angel of the North

 Entering Northumberland Coquet Valley

A frosty Northumberland morning…

Sunset in the Coquet Valley

Happy and safe driving wherever you go! Enjoy 😀

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Founder of BaldHiker.com and avid hiker, climber and trekker. Never liking to sit still and always seeking new adventures around the world. Sharing personal views here and tweeting live via @paul_steele

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