(…) legend has it that it was created when a giant named Wade, who was in fact a Saxon chief, grabbed a ‘handful’ of earth to throw at his wife, Bell – the soil missed its target and landed to form the 800ft high hill of Blakey Topping which lies about a mile to the east.
I posted some photos on flickr, but none that does justice to the landscape. We didn’t have time to go for a walk on the moor, but did go down a bit, and while we were going back up, I saw this sign, which was pretty clear
Instead of reading signs, I should have looked at the ground! I tripped on a rock and fell down. I fell on my right knee and hate to admit that it still hurts from that fall. Why, oh why did I read signs instead of watching my step?
Now, I took a photo of this other sign and would like to know if you understand what it means.
A click on the photo will take you to the solution.