Author Topic: Anywhere or Nowhere? A Peak District Mystery  (Read 1749 times)

Walking Englishman

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Anywhere or Nowhere? A Peak District Mystery
« on: 07:48:34, 01/09/08 »
I came across this chap on a Peak District walk a couple of years ago. He was very tired from his exertions and I wondered if he got home safely. Have you seen him recently?

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Re: Anywhere or Nowhere? A Peak District Mystery
« Reply #1 on: 09:36:29, 01/09/08 »
Appears to installation art from a nearby art college degree show?
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Walking Englishman

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Re: Anywhere or Nowhere? A Peak District Mystery
« Reply #2 on: 10:43:22, 01/09/08 »
I'm not sure about that, he was the only one about. If it helps I do recall he was near a farm near somewhere called Narrowdale.
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Re: Anywhere or Nowhere? A Peak District Mystery
« Reply #3 on: 12:46:16, 01/09/08 »
I don't think he'll go hungry, he looks stuffed to me.

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Re: Anywhere or Nowhere? A Peak District Mystery
« Reply #4 on: 13:41:00, 01/09/08 »
Not narrow at all then?
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Re: Anywhere or Nowhere? A Peak District Mystery
« Reply #5 on: 20:34:42, 01/09/08 »
Sure I've seen him somewhere, in fact I seem to remember him asking me the way and I said "If I was going anywhere I wouldn't start from nowhere but I might start from there".