Author Topic: County Bagging: Rutland - Bagged!  (Read 653 times)

sunnydale

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Re: County Bagging: Rutland - Bagged!
« Reply #15 on: 07:49:56, 04/07/18 »

Cheers sunnydale.  The tent's certainly a cheaper way of getting lots of little holidays in  :)




I'm off to Church Stretton in a couple of weeks with friends and will be camping myself! :o  Using my daughters tent, which I've thoroughly tested for leaks! lol
Hoping the weather doesn't break before we go!
Doing Ragleth Hill/Caer Caradoc on the first day, then the Long Mynd the day after.
Never been to that area before so looking forward to walking somewhere new O0
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rural roamer

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Re: County Bagging: Rutland - Bagged!
« Reply #16 on: 14:09:08, 07/07/18 »
Great photos Mel. Reminds me to stop off more often when we pass through from Suffolk visiting our son in Nottingham. Let me know when you plan on “bagging” Suffolk 😀

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Re: County Bagging: Rutland - Bagged!
« Reply #17 on: 17:40:52, 07/07/18 »
I don't mind Beefy carrying it  :D


 ;D



I'm off to Church Stretton in a couple of weeks with friends and will be camping myself! :o  Using my daughters tent, which I've thoroughly tested for leaks! lol
Hoping the weather doesn't break before we go!
Doing Ragleth Hill/Caer Caradoc on the first day, then the Long Mynd the day after.
Never been to that area before so looking forward to walking somewhere new O0


The bits I've seen of Shropshire have been lovely.  Enjoy  O0


Great photos Mel. Reminds me to stop off more often when we pass through from Suffolk visiting our son in Nottingham. Let me know when you plan on “bagging” Suffolk 😀


Thanks rural roamer.  Yes you should - it's lovely.  I'll no doubt be asking for walk ideas when I get to "bagging" Suffolk so will let you know  :)
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