The second installment i have read of the adventures of geoffrey Peyton. This was good but short. Again an area I know well and enjoy although geoffrey tends to walk and explore different areas of the same places. Would like to see what he would make of a trip to Keswick and its surrounding areas. Maybe a volume next year. I like the authors individuality and the desire to write and record a time spent doing what you love. Not a Bryson , a Peyton. Give it a go.
Ugh! Poor editing, bad grammar and spelling mistakes make for a dismal read, once again with feeling. The "humour" (and I use the word in its loosest sense), is contrived and laboured. Give this a miss.