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pleb

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Rob Goes Walking

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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #1 on: 10:44:01, 11/04/19 »
Looks like a nice walk.

April

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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #2 on: 12:37:33, 11/04/19 »
Really nice pics pleb  O0

How cute are those lambs?  :smitten:

 ;D @ pumpkin heed. He was probably drunk  ;) It wasn't beefy with the drone, he has been busy trying to get Squeaky to take tablets  ;D


Edited the post to add Squeaky's forum name instead of her real one :-[
« Last Edit: 18:26:46, 11/04/19 by April »
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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #3 on: 12:49:49, 11/04/19 »
Great pics pleb O0
Look at you showing off with ya zoom ;D
Oi that wasnt me >:(
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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #4 on: 13:53:16, 11/04/19 »
Beefy is trying to get Squeaky to take tablets from Willo???  :-\ I think I may have misunderstood.


Nice pics  O0  looks an invigorating day out.
Over hill, over dale. Thorough brush, thorough brier....
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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #5 on: 18:24:39, 11/04/19 »
Good route there pleb & some cracking photos.
Your main Stoodley Pike shot was set off very nicely with the stark white vapour trail against the azure blue sky O0


Not sure but the sign of previous industry could be the mounts of an anti-aircraft gun (emplacement). The Calder Valley did have batteries of them protecting not only the industry in the valley but the approaches to Manchester too.
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April

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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #6 on: 18:29:49, 11/04/19 »
Beefy is trying to get Squeaky to take tablets from Willo???  :-\ I think I may have misunderstood.

You have misunderstood, he used sausages  :D

Your pics are still very nice pleb (written to avert thread hijack accusation)  ;D
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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #7 on: 19:21:49, 11/04/19 »
Those lambs are adorable!    :)

pleb

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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #8 on: 20:03:21, 11/04/19 »
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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #9 on: 21:08:04, 11/04/19 »
Nice pics pleb.  Stoodley Pike is on my bucket list.
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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #10 on: 21:28:13, 11/04/19 »
Have done Stoodley Pike from Hebden Bridge then back along the Pennine Way to near Aladins Cave shop then down the road through Heptonstallls and back to Hebden Bridge. Mind you, it's usually misty when I do it.
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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #11 on: 07:16:16, 12/04/19 »
I went there for the first time a couple of years ago and really liked the area O0


Great photos pleb :)
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Re: Stoodley pike
« Reply #12 on: 08:19:08, 12/04/19 »
Nice photos - not an area that I know.