Monthly Archives: December 2016

Crosby Rambling Club visit Hurst Green.

At the weekend I was out walking with Crosby Rambling Club. It was our Christmas walk and right from the start some of the ladies were in party mood. It was the silly hat season. I joined the ‘A’ party … Continue reading

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A stroll in the park–almost.

My walk this weekend was centred on Lyme Park at the edge of the Peak District. I thought it was going to be an easy stroll but it turned out to be quite tough and most of it was outside … Continue reading

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Another walk on the wild side

Yesterday I went for a walk over Easington and Grindleton Fell on the edge of the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire. My walking notes said the distance was 8.5 miles and to allow 5.5 hours. That can’t be right. Even … Continue reading

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                                              Looking down on Cuber. Success. My image, Looking down on Cuber, has been selected to appear in the Country Walking Magazine 2017 Calendar. The calendar is a supplement to the January 2017 issue of the magazine and is now … Continue reading

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