Hey, can you google that for me?

Internet, I need you to do me a favor. It’s a little one, and I’ll be super-grateful.

You know how Mary goes to Misselthwaite Manor, and it’s wintertime, and everything is grey? And then the spring comes and the moors come to life and it’s all a big magical metaphor? (And then the book becomes about Colin instead of Mary and as a kid I didn’t mind but when I re-read it more recently it made me really angry?)

So, I have a picture in my head of what the moors look like. It’s been there since I was about five. And I’ve seen pictures since then of what the moors look like in spring and summer (omg heather is so pretty). But none of what they look like in the wintertime when they are grey and lifeless.

My google-fu is weak today and I can’t find a good one. I know some of you are in northern England, or have been there, or are good at finding things on the internet. Can you help?

8 thoughts on “Hey, can you google that for me?

    • Annika

      June 17, 2013 at 8:49am

      Pretty sure the Kindle version is free!

    • Annika

      June 17, 2013 at 3:53pm

      Okay, wait. Are there two Archibald Cravens singing in harmony?

      • Cazzle

        June 18, 2013 at 9:49am

        The other one is Neville, I think – apparently the musical involves a sub-plot where he used to be ~in love~ with Lily too. Yes, I totally just Wiki-d that…

    • Cazzle

      June 18, 2013 at 9:47am

      Okay. I love shit musicals. I mean, I even love Legally Blonde non-ironically. BUT SWEET BABY JESUS that is the worst Yorkshire accent I’ve ever heard, Dickon.

      (I wish I’d seen this when it was on in the West End, it is Relevant to My Interests!)

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