Author Topic: TR Wild camp on Kilbert How on the slopes of Place Fell Sat 14 Oct 17  (Read 480 times)

April

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look at the size of my tick ... :D

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Lovely pictures (apart from the tick of course).

Yes both ticks on this thread are a bit traumatic  ;)
Yes it sounds like we got better weather where we were, we were lucky  :)
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Welsh Rambler

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An interesting write up April and some lovely photos, well done  O0


Sorry to hear about the tick and hope all goes well. A couple of months ago I suspected I had been 'ticked' on Dartmoor and the wound went nasty. I went to the doctor on a Monday and he said it looks more like skin cancer and he got me a quick referral to a dermatologist who I saw on the Wednesday. Bear in mind this is NHS not private. The dermatologist took the top off the wound and said 'just a bite!'. What a relief.


Regards Keith

April

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I went to the doctor on a Monday and he said it looks more like skin cancer and he got me a quick referral to a dermatologist who I saw on the Wednesday. Bear in mind this is NHS not private. The dermatologist took the top off the wound and said 'just a bite!'. What a relief.

Crikey, I bet you were relieved  :)

I still don't have any tick bite/Lyme disease symptoms  :)
"Who would've thought...... you are light and darkness coming through" words by Tim Armstrong