Author Topic: The Long Mynd  (Read 437 times)

werringtonwalker

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Re: The Long Mynd
« Reply #15 on: 19:19:02, 04/11/17 »
I'm even later to the party than Penygadair.


South Shropshire is just a stunning area to walk in and your photos do it full justice
In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks - John Muir

adalard

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Re: The Long Mynd
« Reply #16 on: 10:42:07, 05/11/17 »
South Shropshire is just a stunning area to walk in and your photos do it full justice


Cheers, Werringtonwalker.  :)

Mel

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Re: The Long Mynd
« Reply #17 on: 21:41:13, 09/11/17 »
Great pics and write up adalard  O0


I can see me booking a few days at my Uncle's house and getting out and walking these routes that are on my "to do" list as you seem to be beating me to it and whetting my appetite  ;D



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adalard

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Re: The Long Mynd
« Reply #18 on: 09:46:15, 10/11/17 »
Great pics and write up adalard  O0


I can see me booking a few days at my Uncle's house and getting out and walking these routes that are on my "to do" list as you seem to be beating me to it and whetting my appetite  ;D


Cheers, Mel.   :)


My Shropshire "to do" list is getting longer by the day - as soon as we got back I started plotting other walks in the Shropshire Hills. Can't believe it's taken me so long to "discover" them.