Monthly Archives: June 2019

Yellow Horned Poppies on the Blitz Beach

A couple of days ago I walked along the Sefton Coastal Footpath towards the Blitz Beach at the mouth of the River Alt near Hightown. It consists almost entirely of house bricks and rubble that was dumped there following the … Continue reading

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Dodd. Number 108.

                                         Panorama from the summit of Dodd. Yesterday I was in the Lake District where I climbed Dodd. It’s only 1612 feet in height but it was memorable because it is my 108th Wainwright. I am now officially over half … Continue reading

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Up and down the Barranc.

Today, Paul, Krystl and Greg were planning to do Es Portell de Sa Costa via the Barranc de Biniaraix and the Coll de L’Ofre. I did it many years ago and it is graded A+ in my guide book with … Continue reading

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A stroll to the Torre Picada

A just wanted an easy day today so I went on a short stroll up onto the headland to visit Torre Picada. The tower is one of a series of similar structures dotted around the north coast. They were used … Continue reading

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