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Lee in Doncaster

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Bakewell to Matlock - the muddy route
« on: 17:58:50, 12/06/19 »
Today's walk:


https://peakwalking.blogspot.com/2019/06/bakewell-rowsley-stanton-woodhouse.html


I didn't remove a fence and I had to Google a word when I got home
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Jac

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Re: Bakewell to Matlock - the muddy route
« Reply #1 on: 08:21:34, 13/06/19 »

So.....'the lord is coming' so we've provided parking for him? ;D


I like the black and white photo, could have been taken a century ago.
« Last Edit: 09:24:42, 13/06/19 by Jac »
So many paths, so little time

Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Bakewell to Matlock - the muddy route
« Reply #2 on: 08:28:02, 13/06/19 »



I like the black and white phot, could have been taken a century ago.


Cheers Jac. When posting it online I needed to mention that it was only taken yesterday.
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pleb

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Re: Bakewell to Matlock - the muddy route
« Reply #3 on: 10:29:47, 13/06/19 »
These villages really are as pretty as a picture.
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Mel

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Re: Bakewell to Matlock - the muddy route
« Reply #4 on: 20:58:43, 14/06/19 »
Love the red gate pics.  Newly painted perhaps?
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