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Requiem

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Hope to Edale Cross.. and Back Again
« on: 19:40:27, 04/08/18 »
Another short walk up along the River Noe, then up Jaggers Clough to Hope Cross and then dahn again sithee



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Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Hope to Edale Cross.. and Back Again
« Reply #1 on: 19:45:09, 05/08/18 »
Some lovely photos...I noticed those unwelcoming, and quite threatening signs, the other week.
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Re: Hope to Edale Cross.. and Back Again
« Reply #2 on: 12:36:17, 10/08/18 »
Some lovely photos...I noticed those unwelcoming, and quite threatening signs, the other week.


Thanks Lee, yes the practice of shepherding walkers down narrow fenced off areas is becoming a habit as people move into that area - complete contrast to the NT areas I walked through.
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Re: Hope to Edale Cross.. and Back Again
« Reply #3 on: 13:42:08, 10/08/18 »
Requiem, first blog of yours that I have read & I thank you, very enjoyable as I have walked the same paths for many years. Will look for your future contributions.

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Re: Hope to Edale Cross.. and Back Again
« Reply #4 on: 17:19:09, 13/08/18 »
Requiem, first blog of yours that I have read & I thank you, very enjoyable as I have walked the same paths for many years. Will look for your future contributions.


Thankyou! If I can get away from all this overtime I'm doing at work I'm going to head up Alport Dale next to try and find the memorial stone to the lads who perished up there on the Four Inns Walk a few decades ago
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