Mr H loves to march me around the Brecon Beacons in Wales at the weekend - good job I'm fit and find it kind of romantic! - and when we were there recently we came across this crash site.
It's from World War II and marks the spot where 6 Canadian servicemen lost their lives. They were flying low and hit the side of the mountain. The wreckage from the plane is still there, as is a small rocky monument and plaque.
On Remembrance Sunday, people trek up the mountain (it's a good hour of uphill climbing and ridgeway walking to get to it) and pay their respects. As it's not very accessible to many people, I wanted to take these pictures to share as a mark of respect. They will never be forgotten.
Find out more about Remembrance Sunday by clicking the poppy.
To find out more about the Wellington Bomber remembered click HERE.
To experience the same walk, click on the boots!