Author Topic: TR: A Very Heathery Very Purple Wainstones Round  (Read 2629 times)

bricam2096

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Re: TR: A Very Heathery Very Purple Wainstones Round
« Reply #15 on: 07:47:45, 23/08/17 »
Mel, when you crossed the road at Clay Bank there are a few parking spaces at the side of the road. However, if you go about 100 yards down the hill, there is an actual car park (free) that some days has a snack/tea van  O0

Might be car shopping this weekend so could venture there before the lovely heather disappears.
LDWs done - 26 in total including 12 National Trails and 3 C2C

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Jac

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Re: TR: A Very Heathery Very Purple Wainstones Round
« Reply #16 on: 09:57:56, 23/08/17 »

Ridge, the worse thing is, both times I've tripped over and hurt my foot I've been stone-cold sober  :o

That could be simply sorted :D

Gorgeous photos - I love the musky honey scent of heather - and they will be oreo cattle from now on.

Hope the foot is mending well :)
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Toxicbunny

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Re: TR: A Very Heathery Very Purple Wainstones Round
« Reply #17 on: 09:39:28, 13/06/18 »
I've done this walk but in December needless to say even with thermals I was cold. I intend to go back this summer to walk again and look for the inscriptions on the wainstones.

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Re: TR: A Very Heathery Very Purple Wainstones Round
« Reply #18 on: 19:16:29, 13/06/18 »
I'd recommend mid to end of August on a fine, sunny day Toxicbunny  O0
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Toxicbunny

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Re: TR: A Very Heathery Very Purple Wainstones Round
« Reply #19 on: 21:18:47, 13/06/18 »
I'd recommend mid to end of August on a fine, sunny day Toxicbunny  O0
Put it this way it was an adventure in itself in Winter  :-\