Dave B

Dave B

Posted on 10/16/2015


Photo taken on October 16, 2015



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Ridgegate Reservoir
Teggs Nose
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Nessit Hill


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Look what I found !!

Look what I found !!
On a dull, grey, colourless day some idiot had climbed to the top of Nessit Hill in Macclesfield Forest (eastern Cheshire) and left this flask and Mars Bar on a viewpoint bench arm. There was no-one else around and I thought I couldn't just leave it as litter so I had better use it (good job I enjoy coffee and a Mars Bar!) My car was parked alongside that long water (Ridgegate Reservoir) so at least it was all downhill from here over the far dam of that reservoir. The dark hill looming over the valley (of the River Bollin) is Teggs Nose ex-quarry whilst the faint distant skyline is Alderley Edge (the National Trust hill not the bistro village.)

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StoneRoad2013
StoneRoad2013
I thought you meant the view ...
2 years ago.
Dave B has replied to StoneRoad2013
Oh, that as well ;-))
2 years ago.
Tractacus
Tractacus
Perhaps it's an offering to the gods!
2 years ago.
Dave B has replied to Tractacus
Ooooh!! I never thought of that ;-(( Do hope they are not too upset ;-)
2 years ago.