Monthly Archives: January 2010


Friday 29th January 2010. A 7 mile circular walk taking in part of the Leeds & Liverpool canal and Haigh Country Park.   Les, Chris and myself set off from Bridge 63 at Red Rock and followed the Leeds & Liverpool … Continue reading

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Loughrigg Fell

Tuesday 19th Jan 2009.   We travelled up to Ambleside to do a recee for the CHA walk at the weekend.   We walked round Rydal Water and up onto Loughrigg Fell.   Due to the icy conditions we kept … Continue reading

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Skating on thin ice

Sefton Coastal Footpath. Freshfield to Southport. We started our walk from Freshfield station and followed the Fisherman’s path across the golf course.After a few hundred yards we branched off to the right to follow the Sefton Coastal Footpath signs through … Continue reading

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The real Iron Men of Crosby

The real Iron Men of Crosby were unperturbed by the weather. Another Place. A piece of modern sculpture by Anthony Gormley. View Full Album   There are 100 cast iron figures which face out to sea. The figures are cast … Continue reading

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The day the sea froze

Friday January 8th 2010. Sefton Coastal Footpath. Severe weather conditions are still affecting the whole of the country making travel difficult. Les and I decided to do a local walk along the Sefton Coastal Footpath. Accompanied by Gordon and Chris, … Continue reading

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Boyhood memories.

Cannock Chase.   I started the New Year with a walk over Cannock Chase, the area where I grew up and developed my love of walking over 50 years ago. Starting nfrom The White House I devised a route linking … Continue reading

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