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Mel

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Brew With A View
« on: 21:51:56, 08/04/19 »
Let’s see what you see when you stop for a brew, be it a multi-day wild camp or a day walk 
 
Here’s a couple of mine to get you started:

Looking down on the North York. Moors railway from Skelton Tower....


Langdale Pikes from Baysbrown Farm Campsite...


And finally, it doesn't have to be a brew... Sun setting over the North Sea from East Runton, Norfolk....




Over to you.....  :)
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beefy

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #1 on: 07:04:08, 09/04/19 »
Great stuff Mel and welcome back O0
Are we allowed to post “a poo with a view” too  :D
DRIP COFFINS  :D

adalard

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #2 on: 08:10:08, 09/04/19 »

Morning Mel - nice to see you back.  :) O0 

Here's a few brews with views for you...



Looking down on Ladybower Reservoir.

View across to Kinder from South Head.

Looking down from Shelf Benches towards Shire Hill and Old Glossop.


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bricam2096

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #3 on: 14:35:44, 09/04/19 »
Either the photos were taken on a really foggy day....or they are not showing up, all I see are empty boxes where photos should be. O0
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adalard

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #4 on: 14:43:00, 09/04/19 »
Either the photos were taken on a really foggy day....or they are not showing up, all I see are empty boxes where photos should be. O0


My post or Mel's? I can see all the photos (mine and Mel's) on my laptop and on my phone...  ???

pleb

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #5 on: 15:15:12, 09/04/19 »
I can see em too.
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bricam2096

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #6 on: 15:17:12, 09/04/19 »

My post or Mel's? I can see all the photos (mine and Mel's) on my laptop and on my phone...  ???

How strange, yours aren't showing up on my laptop (using firefox) but I can see them on my ipad  :-\
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April

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #7 on: 17:33:42, 09/04/19 »
It is good to have you back again Mel  O0


I saw your pics on the pc earlier but they aren't showing on my tablet. I can see adalards ok. Bit odd  :-\  Lovely pics both of you  O0
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richardh1905

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #8 on: 18:40:26, 09/04/19 »
Great stuff Mel and welcome back O0
Are we allowed to post “a poo with a view” too  :D



Our spaniel Tess will be happy to oblige!

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #9 on: 19:20:36, 09/04/19 »
Not quite a brew but still a refreshing drink after a long days walk  :)





Taken from The Fish Inn in Buttermere looking towards Haystacks.

Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #10 on: 20:57:52, 09/04/19 »
Not quite a brew but still a refreshing drink after a long days walk  :)





Taken from The Fish Inn in Buttermere looking towards Haystacks.


This only ‘not quite a brew’ because the glass is not full.🙂

Mel

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #11 on: 22:17:09, 09/04/19 »
I can see everyone’s pics so I’m not sure what’s happened Bri  :-\
 
No beefy. No poo with a view  :D Start your own topic!

 
Great pics adalard.  Glad I’m not the only one who takes pics of my cuppa view.
 
Cheers April  :)


Don't encourage him Richard  :o
 
Beer with a view is fair game Mark…after all, beer is brewed.  And what a smashing view  O0
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bricam2096

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #12 on: 19:19:36, 10/04/19 »
My turn, lol.

When I walked the Tour du Mont Blanc in 2017, I stopped many times for a "brew" and was gobsmacked by the scenery but I think my favourite one was at the Refuge de la Croix du Bonhomme, the photo doesn't do it justice.

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Rob Goes Walking

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Re: Brew With A View
« Reply #13 on: 20:33:58, 10/04/19 »
My turn, lol.

Wow, the photo is awesome,  if it doesn't do it justice the reality must be truly epic.

I wanted to join in but when I sat down for my boring water today it was too steep to be able to see the drink unless I held it and I haven't worked out how to take one handed pictures like this one.