Monthly Archives: March 2015

Down memory lane

I’m just back from a trip down to the Midlands to visit relatives and I took the opportunity to do a short walk over Cannock Chase. It is designated an ANOB, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it is … Continue reading

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Paddy’s Pole

At the weekend I was out walking in the Trough of Bowland. Our objective was Paddy’s Pole on Fair Snape Fell. The area is one of the boggiest places in the country and the peat hags can rival those on … Continue reading

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Bakewell, home of the famous Tart, or is it a pudding?

Last weekend I was in  the Peak District with my local rambling club when we visited Bakewell, home of the famous Tart, or is it a pudding? More of that later. I joined the ‘B’ party and we started our … Continue reading

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Wansfell Pike and Baystones.

It was pouring with rain as we set off to travel up the M6 to the Lake District. But the band of rain was moving south and we were heading north. By the time we reached Ambleside the rain had … Continue reading

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