#Lufbra22 Day 14 – Petrichor

Petrichor is the smell of rain. The word comes from the Greek words ‘petra’, meaning stone, and ‘ichor’, which in Greek mythology refers to the golden fluid that flows in the veins of the immortals.

Met Office

Beacon Hill today, managed to convince Nic we could park in the lower car park and walk up! We did so with (relatively) little moaning 😂…

A little drizzle, which was quite refreshing, on the way down from Leicestershire’s second highest point. £3 on parking for two and a half hours or so and a lovely explore with some great views. Very pleasant!

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