Poles of the month archive
Last Thursday, myself and Mrs TelegraphPoleAppreciationSociety set out on a wilderness walk in the Yorkshire Dales. There we tramped the high paths along the Pennine way to savour the gorgeous mist drizzle and low cloud that one can enjoy in these latitudes. Before we got to said murk, though, and as we passed through the village of Gayle, next to the more renowned village of Hawes, I spotted this cast iron pole. Painted turquoise it was too. I'm not sure I've come across one of these in the wild before, but here it is anyway.
The moist weather of which I spake can be seen on th'hills in the background. They brew reet nice ale round these parts too..