On top of the Wold

On the way home from Norfolk to Cumbria you have to go through Lincolnshire.  Now we've started  bagging county tops we thought we'd better not go through the county without a detour to the highest point . This is the view from Normanby Hill otherwise knows as Wolds Top because it is the highest point in the Lincolnshire Wolds. 
We were very surprised to find that we were not the only intrepid walkers making our way to the trig to bag the summit,  although hardly a great effort at at 168m and only 2 fields from the road. We'd been very conscientious and asked permission from the farmer, which was helpful because they told us how to get there without having to force through hedges.  And I find its a Marilyn because it has a drop of 150m on all sides . Who'd have thought!

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