Monthly Archives: January 2019

Winter conditions at Uppermill.

Yesterday I was out with Crosby Rambling Club at Uppermill where I joined the ‘B’ party walk led by Ray. Leaving Uppermill we began the long climb to the obelisk on the hill high above the town. We followed paths … Continue reading

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Uphill to the Pots and Pans

Yesterday I was out walking in the northern fringes of the Peak District where I did a reccee for my local rambling club. We parked in Uppermill close to the leisure centre where the coach will park next week. Our … Continue reading

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Where have all the birdies gone?

The Rainford Loop. Yesterday I was walking in the southern part of Lancashire. Our starting point was Siding Lane Ranger Centre near Rainford. My walk description advised me to bring binoculars as the area was popular with visiting birds, especially … Continue reading

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A walk above Prestatyn

At the weekend I was out walking with Crosby Rambling Club. Our destination was Prestatyn on the North Wales Coast. The area was new to us but we were able to take in sections of the Clwydian Way and Offa’s … Continue reading

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Greetings from the Iron Men

It’s a bright and breezy start to the New Year. Time to go down the beach and say “Hello” to the Iron Men. Nothing will change for them as they continue to gaze out to the horizon. But what adventures … Continue reading

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