Capt. Cook’s Monument

A hostile environment of supercooled ice crystals, 20º below freezing.
And 20,000′ below those cirrus clouds, it’s the hottest day of the year.
Capt. Cook’s Monument, the obelisk on Easby Moor, that’s visible for miles around,
towers above a group of schoolchildren enjoying being outside.
It’s great to see some schools still value outdoor education.
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