This is early morning at possibly the most isolated charging post in the North East at Alwinton at the foot of the Cheviots. It is clearly not a frequently used point as various creatures emerged as the socket door sprung open rubbing their eyes and groaning. It is, however, a crucially positioned post for us hill walkers. We may well have been left scratching our heads and buying 3a batteries in the local pub had the post not been operating or, heaven forfend, occupied by another set of booted and knapsacked electric ramblers.
Well to be more accurate it is Wallsend on a Friday night re charging while I help to erect scaffolding stands for a series of illuminated balloons mounted along Hadrian's Wall in honour of the Paralympics