Author Topic: Hello from Berkshire  (Read 284 times)

edraconus

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Hello from Berkshire
« on: 09:41:28, 16/11/17 »
Hi all,
I have been a avid walker for about 30 years. Try and do one walk a week of about 7 to 12 miles and a few long distance paths in the year.
I also put together a online magazine covering the walks I do, with maps directions, photos and videos. 
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gunwharfman

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #1 on: 10:11:43, 16/11/17 »
Welcome from Portsmouth. I used to live in Newbury, Berkshire, before the bypass!

edraconus

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #2 on: 10:16:06, 16/11/17 »
I live in Birchhill beside Swinley Forest, so Newbury is about 12 miles away

pleb

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #3 on: 15:49:39, 16/11/17 »
Hi from Yorkshire  :)

John Walker

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #4 on: 17:44:17, 16/11/17 »
Welcome from Twickenham in SW London.  I would be interested to see your on-line magazine. Are you able to post the URL (in your signature space, perhaps?)
Thanks
http://www.greenlives.org.uk/walk.html
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edraconus

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #5 on: 18:53:27, 16/11/17 »
If you go to 'issuu.com' and type in best foot forward in the search you will find them. 
Besides my magazine there are quite a few other ones on walking.
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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #6 on: 21:59:05, 16/11/17 »
Hello from the Wild walking Country... Tadley...  8)
Gone for a walk, back in a bit..

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #7 on: 23:18:50, 16/11/17 »
Hi ed and welcome from the Peak District O0


Tracey :)
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John Walker

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #8 on: 19:20:31, 17/11/17 »
Hi RR

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If you go to 'issuu.com' and type in best foot forward in the search you will find them.

Thanks for the link.  I've had a quick look at all 4 issues. Very interesting and impressive and a lot of work! Do you do it all yourself (writing, photos, layout etc.)? I know some of the walks in the Surrey/Berkshire area but there are several others that I'm planning t try.

Cheers
JW
http://www.greenlives.org.uk/walk.html
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edraconus

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #9 on: 23:05:54, 17/11/17 »
At the moment it is all my own work. Except for one photo on the ridgeway in the last magazine which I got from a photo sharing site as i didn't have time to go take any myself. I am hoping that others may send articles, walks and so on that i can add.
But I am still learning and hopefully each issue is getting better. The articles are from personal experience or from information passed to me. Such as the two people being left behind by a walking group happened to a friend of mine.

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #10 on: 11:27:27, 21/11/17 »
Like the look of the mags, and prefer the layout to the rolling pages of a blog. Iíll have a proper read later. A labour of love, Nice one.
Iím in caversham, Reading, so know plenty of walks round the south too.

edraconus

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Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Reply #11 on: 18:29:39, 21/11/17 »
Thanks, hopefully that get better with each one I do, I will be bringing them out every two months.