Author Topic: Chatsworth to Bakewell the long way  (Read 399 times)

Lee in Doncaster

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Chatsworth to Bakewell the long way
« on: 17:30:47, 30/12/19 »
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jimbob

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Re: Chatsworth to Bakewell the long way
« Reply #1 on: 17:44:42, 30/12/19 »
Mashed baked beans are good to eat after you have had your teeth mangled on the bus seat in front.  ;D
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Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Chatsworth to Bakewell the long way
« Reply #2 on: 17:49:48, 30/12/19 »
Mashed baked beans are good to eat after you have had your teeth mangled on the bus seat in front.  ;D


I'm not actually having them for my tea tonight...bits of all sorts left over from Christmas that can be easily warmed up in the microwave.
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Re: Chatsworth to Bakewell the long way
« Reply #3 on: 05:57:40, 31/12/19 »
Nice photos Lee O0
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Re: Chatsworth to Bakewell the long way
« Reply #4 on: 09:39:28, 31/12/19 »
Those are certainly sparkling posh loos!

Your tale of the large lady blocking the way reminded me of flying back from the Isles of Scilly by helicopter. The lady sitting next to the doorway was enormous - during the safety briefing I remember thinking - no chance for the rest of us if she sticks.
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Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Chatsworth to Bakewell the long way
« Reply #5 on: 09:42:37, 31/12/19 »
Those are certainly sparkling posh loos!

Your tale of the large lady blocking the way reminded me of flying back from the Isles of Scilly by helicopter. The lady sitting next to the doorway was enormous - during the safety briefing I remember thinking - no chance for the rest of us if she sticks.
[size=78%]She wasn't enormous, it's just that she was in the way. There's not much room at Bakewell; there's the bus stop, some iron railings...and other people coming in the opposite direction were wanting to get past.[/size]
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Re: Chatsworth to Bakewell the long way
« Reply #6 on: 17:07:08, 31/12/19 »
Nice write up and pics Lee  :)   Hope your feet stop giving you gyp soon.
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