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Faceface19917 karma

I am only half way through your captivating book - so forgive me if this question is answered within it.

As someone who's first and continuing experience of rural areas, such as the lake district, is very much as a sight-seeing hiker... is there anyway I can experience the landscape in a way that bears even the slightest resemblance to you and your kin?

Your writing is both captivating, but also intimidating to a towny who finds escape by venturing into worlds/lands shaped by your folk.

The views you express surrounding integrity, local support, and a sense of belonging, are beautiful.

Thank you!

Faceface19913 karma

So many replies! Thank you so much for taking the time.

I've lived in London my whole life - but have felt more at home in places like the peaks or the lakes than I've ever felt on the city's streets.

My partner - who heralds from the Peak District - and I hope to move closer to where we both feel happier, and it's wonderful to hear that your community would accept our naive presence at events, days, and fairs.

I look forward to reading more from you - and learning more about your part in the world.