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FTSTTLB

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Belgian hiking enthusiast
« on: 11:29:14, 03/02/19 »
Hello everyone,
I decided to make an account since I'm a fellow hiking enthusiast. I've done quite a bit of walking in the UK, including Hadrian's Wall Path, Offa's Dyke Path, Causeway Coastal Path and parts of the South Down Ways. I wanted to share my blog about these trips, but apparently I can't link to it.
But wanted to introduce myself anyway, and who knows, my experiences might come in handy nonetheless.

Ridge

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #1 on: 13:13:16, 03/02/19 »
Hi FTSTTLB and welcome to the forum.


I can't remember how many posts you have to make before you can add links but if you join in the chat it won't take long.

richardh1905

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #2 on: 13:34:34, 03/02/19 »

Welcome to the forum from the Orkney Islands.


When you make a post, have you tried clicking on the globe symbol above the smileys  ;) :D - click on it and a pop up should ask you for the url of your website. I don't think that there are any restrictions on this, but I could be mistaken.

Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #3 on: 14:15:14, 03/02/19 »
Welcome from Aberdeenshire

FTSTTLB

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #4 on: 17:22:04, 03/02/19 »
Thank you very much for the welcome. I do understand they put some rules for posting links. You don't want your forum to be spammed.
I like reading blogs about trails I walked (or plan to walk) myself, so I thought it would be nice to share with fellow enthusiasts.Perhaps after a bit!

Dovegirl

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #5 on: 19:52:12, 03/02/19 »
Welcome from the Sussex coast    :)

FTSTTLB

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #6 on: 19:56:36, 03/02/19 »
Welcome from the Sussex coast    :)
Thank you very much! We visited the Sussex coast last summer! Rye - Hastings - two days on the South Downs Way. It was fun hiking there and it's a pretty part of the UK.

vghikers

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #7 on: 15:07:56, 04/02/19 »
Welcome aboard from Cheshire.
We've done a few national trails and LDPs, they make a good change from wild and remote treks.
We get a small but steady number of incoming links from Belgian sites, always interesting to follow up.

FTSTTLB

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #8 on: 11:51:55, 11/02/19 »
I'm going to have another go. I've already translated the summary and the first four parts of my Hadrian's Wall Path blog:

https://seatothelandbeyond.wordpress.com/hadrians-wall-path-2/

I think day 4 (Chollerford - Once Brewed) is probably one of my favourite walking experiences.

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #9 on: 18:57:57, 11/02/19 »
Welcome from Portsmouth.

FTSTTLB

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Re: Belgian hiking enthusiast
« Reply #10 on: 09:34:43, 15/02/19 »
Welcome from Portsmouth.
Thank you very much for the welcome!