Panicked

when he got dizzy and had to sit on a form dedicated to dead folk. He says “Can you see the chip shop on top of Moel Famau?” as we look across the Dee to his memory climbing the mighty mountain with his friend Pete, Scout Troop Leader of the kestrels, two ground sheets and six sticks to keep out the weather, and asking to stay in farmers barns under warm straw and now try to catch elusive breath up slight gradients almost thin as a stick. “Chip shop, Dad?” “It’s an old castle, son.”

 

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