Trip Start Oct 10, 2008
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So we headed straight up by the steps to St Ann's Well, then cut across and zig-zagged through the sheep enclosures above. A few flakes of snow started as we were about 20 minutes from the top, and the air looked hazy across the Severn Plain. John loped on ahead and the rest of us ambled gently behind.
Up on the ridge the wind was a bit fresh i.e
It didn't take long to get to the pub. We'd done such a short walk, that the pub had hardly opened. The bar-man still had his coat on. Despite good company, including that of a lady collie called Gertie, we didn't stay long in the pub. I was worried about the snow building up on the lanes on the way home. By the time I pulled into my drive, the roads were coated with a layer of mushy snow. If I'd left it another half an hour, it would have been quite nasty to drive on.