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Lovely photos...looked a tad chilly! :D
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Lake District / Re: TR Patterdale and Hartsop Sun 12 Feb 18
« Last post by sunnydale on 22:03:51, 15/02/18 »
Really nice photos April O0
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Welcome / Re: salut
« Last post by gunwharfman on 21:55:19, 15/02/18 »
Me too. Welcome from Portsmouth
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Lake District / Re: TR Patterdale and Hartsop Sun 12 Feb 18
« Last post by Welsh Rambler on 21:31:53, 15/02/18 »
Looked a lovely walk April and some great pictures, well done  O0  Loved the picture of the robin, a real poser! Tony Buckland our local garden guru reckons they will feed out of his hand and I've had a robin land on the spade when I've been digging the garden. :)


Good to see you getting out and about every week and hope you are feeling fit.
Regards Keith
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Photography / Re: Wild ponies of the Rhinogydd
« Last post by Thedogsmother on 21:17:55, 15/02/18 »
Great photographs. I knew about the ponies above Rowen as Iíve done quite a number of lovely walks up there, but had no idea about the others up on the Rhinogydd and I donít live far from Bronaber!
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Welcome / salut
« Last post by zglonk on 20:57:55, 15/02/18 »
I am new here, i like to run, walk with friends or alone.  8)
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Lake District / Re: A red screes ramble
« Last post by April on 19:39:15, 15/02/18 »
Lovely pics henry  O0 It was bitter in that wind at the weekend, you got higher up than we did  :)
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Gear / Re: Hillwalkers warned about magnets in clothing.
« Last post by April on 19:34:03, 15/02/18 »
It's the magnetic implants in his head, lol

 ;D
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Gear / Re: Hillwalkers warned about magnets in clothing.
« Last post by bricam2096 on 19:32:28, 15/02/18 »
Now that explains a lot.

@ Pleb this why you get lost so many times  :D

It's the magnetic implants in his head, lol
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Lake District / A red screes ramble
« Last post by henryb on 19:14:27, 15/02/18 »
Nursing a bad head cold over last week-end and with the weather not being great, last week-end's excursions were seriously curtailed in the lake district. I've always wanted to walk the Red Screes since I did the Fairfield Horseshoe in March 2015. With brighter skies to the east I headed up the Kirkstone Road before turning left through a gate onto the fell side. It was very windy as views opened up back to Windermere. There was a lot of snow on the ground but thankfully speed wasn't hampered too much. I wasn't intending to go onto the summit, thought I would save it for a later day when I felt better. I turned around at around 500 metres and returned to Ambleside. Hopefully I will look back one day and view this walk as preparation for the Scandale Horseshoe.


Windermere and Ambleside:
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Initial view of FE fells:
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Wansfell:
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View back to Ambleside:
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Wansfell:
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From Coniston fells to Rydal Water:
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Rydal Water and cloud-covered crinkles:
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Rydal Water, Nab Scar and Heron Pike:
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Langdale Pikes:
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Rydal Water:
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Fairfield Horseshoe:
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View northwards:
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Retrospective view of Windermere:
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Yoke and Ill Bell:
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