Monthly Archives: April 2019

Clapham with CRC

On Sunday I was out with Crosby Rambling club. We visited Clapham in the Yorkshire Dales where I joined the ‘B’ party on a pleasant 9 mile walk through some beautiful scenery. From the car park in Clapham Village we … Continue reading

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Attention to detail.

Les and I had arranged to do a short half day walk along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and through Haigh Country Park. It was my responsibility to prepare the maps and route card. I photocopied the route description from … Continue reading

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Easter in the Hightown Dunes.

It’s the Easter Bank Holiday weekend and the weather is perfect. What better time than to wander through the Hightown Dunes. Signs of Spring were all around. I strolled along the path by the golf course. The tall green metal … Continue reading

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The 300 plus club visit Bolton By Boland.

On Tuesday I was out walking with my friends, Les, Chris and Gordon. Last year we realised that the sum of our ages was 300 so we called ourselves the 300 club. Of course over the past 12 months we … Continue reading

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A stroll through Ainsdale Dunes.

Today was bright and sunny although rather cold so I decided to do just a short walk to pass away a couple of hours. I drove north for just a few miles to park at the Ainsdale Discovery Centre and … Continue reading

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A Ramble at Bakewell.

My walk last week was based on the beautiful village of Bakewell in the Peak District and featured some lovely riverside walking and the splendid viewpoint from Monsal Head. At 12 miles it was a good stretch of the legs … Continue reading

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