In Rydal Cave, Cumbria

This was a magical moment from my trip with my son, Paul, to the Lake District last year. We were walking in the mountains around Loughrigg Fell and Rydal Water and decided to explore Rydal Cave. Whilst we were looking around the cave, these four girls just started to sing at the back of the cave. Their singing was beautiful and the acoustics were great.

I caught up with the girls afterwards and they told me they were from an Amish-like community in America and that they were over here on holiday. They weren’t professional singers but rather were four friends who liked to sing together whenever they had the chance. They took the opportunity whilst in the cave, and I’m so glad they did as it added another lovely memory from our walking holiday.

This was a special and beautiful moment and I hope you enjoy their singing as much as we did.

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The Dorset Rambler

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