Earby - Foulridge where I called in the Pennine Cauldron Cafe and scored another free Oat Square (see http://teddytourteas.blogspot.com/2011/02/plan-b-four-teddys-of-gragareth.html ) from Simon, then over the hill to drop down into Glusburn and Crosshills where I come from
neither happened and came out onto the moor half way along the wood to find the first Cup and Ring boulder almost weathered away
I pulled in and made dinner in the back of the van out of the wind - Lavazza drip coffee and Crumpets with Wooky hole cave matured chedder cheese no butter though as it had melted !
just thought I'd share cheers all Danny
Update on sign in woods, I just had this via e-mail :-
I do thnk its either someone trying very crudely to nvent russian via some other language or it is polish kabel the first wird sounds like what I know as male dog. But I jcan't find it, to say not knowing the spelling I cant find it. what I do find is the russified word cabel,(electric cabel) from the German Kabel.
next word предостор does not exist in russian but has elemnts of the russian word for Attention, danger which is: предосорожность
then ежениа does not exist in Russian ежик exists which is one of those animals with spikes people give milk to what s its name???Kids all love it
внутри a russian word indeed meaning 'inside',' within' and its that word that made me think you were making it all up because one says in English within 10 meteres but you definitely cannot use that word in the context of distance
and метров is meters. so I loosely thought you meant Teddy. although Teddy or bear is медвед in Russian. but looking at it again they are obviosly warning whomever about the electric cabel. but it aint Russians doing it.