It was the dry stone wall that first caught my eye. A wobbly wall. The two walkers are using the well constructed Cleveland Way to cross Scarth Wood Moor, a National Trust property given in 1937 by Major Herbert Peake and his son Capt. Osbert Peake, later to become the 1st Viscount Ingleby of Snilesworth. To the left of the wall are pasture fields known collectively as Sheaths. A cottage with the same name once stood on the field side near the gap in the wall. There was an adjacent limekiln too which was the subject of an archaeological excavation in 1977. Frustratingly this report has not been published.