|The beautiful "Runelled" Pot Holes of this fabulous place|
I was recently contacted by my old friend Peter from over in Storth who is busy at the moment researching and creating beautiful little "Geotrails" publications and is shortly to do one for the Farleton, Hutton Roof and Burton Areas. He had decided to take up my invitation to come along with me and view the magnificent pavement which we have decided to call "The Runelled Pot Hole" pavement. The pavement is so special in its geological features and in addition holds Angular Solomon's Seal, Limestone Ferns, Brittle Bladder ferns and other nice things. It is not easy to find this pavement (unless of course you have a helicopter and could view it from able) it is tucked away and well vegetated closed perimeters.
A couple of years ago I took a friend to see the same wonder and he immediately described it as "Like a Raging Sea" and it sort of stuck with me and encouraged me to write this little ditty at the time:
Here now are a few photos to try show you some of the pavements special features, although you can imagine this is only a taster because I could go on and on and on with such delights of which this pavement has to offer.
|This is one of the many "potholes" that can be seen on this pavement (Click over to enlarge)|