Past the cobblestone lanes and lovely, foggy views from Riber Castle in Derbyshire, we passed Riber Hall. Not only did it have wonderful views of the rolling green hills and splendidly secluded walled gardens, the stone work around it was fantastic, almost gothic in some respects. We met a wonderful friend while walking this lane and we were even invited in for tea. Who says the British aren’t hospitable? All we met were friendly people!! I can’t wait to go back.
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Pepper Basham writes Blue Ridge romances sprinkled with grace and humor. She is a regular contributor of Christian Fiction Online Magazine and blogger at The Writer's Alley. A mom of five, speech-language pathologist, crazy-hat wearer, and lover of chocolate, you can find her chatting about life or giving book reviews on her personal blog, Words Seasoned with Salt. Pepper is represented by the classy and prolific Rachel McMillan of the William K Jensen Literary Agency View all posts by pepperbasham