Last Sunday was another bright October day. We set off towards Hebble End and westwards along the canal.
I spotted someone filming the scene on an ipad and wondered aloud how many crap videos we must be on. My partner played up to the camera, doing a very silly jig.
We bumped into a friend and walked her to the pub where she was meeting up with other people. After saying goodbye, we carried on along the towpath. We enjoyed the patchy sunshine and joked about walkers in their hiking gear.
Just before Callis, we spotted a bridge over the river we had not noticed before and clambered through undergrowth for a closer look. We deduced it must be an old bridge although built up with concrete at a later date. Derelict-looking buildings stood behind, one of which appeared modern.
Following the path, we spotted various features including wigwams, birds hanging in trees, trees with tiny apples, chairs stood in a glade and a lovely arch at the start (we had done the walk backwards).
From Callis Bridge, we walked across the road for some exploration at the bottom of Jumble Hole Road and contemplated the old Lancashire/Yorkshire boundary.
More photos at: http://1drv.ms/1Qntj8e