Monthly Archives: September 2017

The Langdale Valley with CRC.

This weekend I went up to the Lake District with Crosby Rambling Club. Our destination was Elterwater and the lovely Langdale Valley. I joined the B party on one of the classic walks in the Langdale Valley. From Elterwater we … Continue reading

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Storm in Another Place.

The past couple of weeks has seen storms raging across the world with hurricanes causing lots of damage and flooding in the Caribbean and Florida. Here in the Northwest of England we got off lightly, but it was a bit … Continue reading

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Villages and Witches.

My walk this week was round three villages that lie in the shadow of Pendle Hill in Lancashire. They will forever be associated with the infamous Pendle Witch Trials of 1612. We started our walk from Barley where there were … Continue reading

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A stroll through Hightown Dunes and Meadows.

It is early September but there are still plenty of wild flowers along the coast in the section known as Hightown Dunes and meadows. I started my walk from the coastguard station and followed the wire fence that runs along … Continue reading

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Crosby Rambling Club visits Kirkby Stephen

On Sunday I was walking in Cumbria with my local rambling club. Our destination was Kirkby Stephen, an important staging post on the Coast to Coast walk. The ‘A’ party were going to do the two hour climb up to … Continue reading

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