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Lee in Doncaster

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Don and Dearne Walk
« on: 17:01:35, 23/02/20 »
My wind, more mud, more floods...but at least there was a bit of sun:


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Mel

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Re: Don and Dearne Walk
« Reply #1 on: 19:06:02, 23/02/20 »
Nice to see pictures of dry paths and sunshine  :)   Not so nice to see the flooding near the church though, particularly as churches are usually built on higher ground  :(   Hopefully nobody's houses were affected.



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Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Don and Dearne Walk
« Reply #2 on: 19:07:24, 23/02/20 »
Nice to see pictures of dry paths and sunshine  :)   Not so nice to see the flooding near the church though, particularly as churches are usually built on higher ground  :(   Hopefully nobody's houses were affected.


It was only the small area where there's a dip in  the road.

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