By: Blonde Two
Usually it is because of its wealth of history, there has been tin mining there for over 800 years. There are very few undisturbed sections of land. Hardly surprising when you consider that it once housed water wheels, big holes, lots of miners and enough rabbits to feed them all.
Nature though, has done a marvellous job of reclaiming Red Water Valley. This week, it should have been called Red Berry Valley as the hawthorns were still looking resplendent. I like words, as you know but I think the photos make my point better today.