Monthly Archives: November 2013

Llangollen and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.

Yesterday I was walking with Crosby Rambling Club. http://www.crosbyramblingclub.co.uk when we visited Llangollen. The weather was dry but rather dull which meant it was not a good day for photography but good conditions for walking. I wanted an easy day … Continue reading

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Autumn Colours at the Crook O’ Lune

The Crook O’ Lune is a popular spot near Lancaster where the River Lune travels in a big horseshoe bend. JMW turner used the scene as the focus of one of his paintings. I was woken up at  6.30 am … Continue reading

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Clapham and the Norber Erratics

I was out with Crosby Rambling Club and joined the ‘B’ party on the walk led by David Lewis. The weather forecast said “Changeable” and it certainly was. We had wind, rain, hail and the occasional sunny spell resulting in … Continue reading

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Roeburndale

We had survived the ‘Great storm of St Jude’ and decided it was time to pull on our boots and head for the moors. Our plan was to do a circular walk round Roeburndale starting from the village of Wray. … Continue reading

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The Soller Valley.

It was the last day of our holiday and we just wanted an easy stroll. We decided to follow the Cami de Sa Figuera from its start near the entrance to the new road tunnel in Port de Soller. As … Continue reading

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