Aunt Alison and Barney the dog joined me for the first part of today's walk - through Bollington and to the base of the Saddle of Kerridge.
I leave Alison and head up hill to White Nancy. This folly, which was built in 1817 to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo, looks down over Bollington and features on the town's logo. Whilst normally painted white (as the name suggests), it is periodically repainted to commemorate particular events - the Jubilee, Olympics, Christmas etc.
The walk up is steep but rewarding with a fantastic view. Reaching the top I see White Nancy itself has just been repainted in solidarity with those affected by the Manchester terror attack.
I move along, walking atop the Saddle towards Kerridge Hill.
I drop down into the village of Rainow and then another hill.
Up and down hills and tracks and then I have to tackle the ascent up to Pym Chair - I'm definitely in the Peak District now!
And then downhill to Errwood Reservoir.
Then a final ascent to my campsite outside Buxton for the night.