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Ridge

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Re: Pennine Way and the price of a pint
« Reply #300 on: 21:18:54, 08/09/20 »
Hows the head?  :)
Absolutely fine,  too tired to get too drunk.


Got home to find my laptop is not playing so am still having to do everything on my phone.

April

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Re: Pennine Way and the price of a pint
« Reply #301 on: 05:11:42, 09/09/20 »
Got home to find my laptop is not playing so am still having to do everything on my phone.

I hope this doesn't stop you doing a TR. We are expecting one  ;)
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Ridge

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Re: Pennine Way and the price of a pint
« Reply #302 on: 08:05:19, 09/09/20 »
I hope this doesn't stop you doing a TR. We are expecting one  ;)
There will be one eventually.

richardh1905

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Re: Pennine Way and the price of a pint
« Reply #303 on: 08:34:00, 09/09/20 »
All going very smoothly on the journey home,  we are now on the final train from Newcastle.
When we were waiting for the bus in Town Yetholm this morning a couple came out of one of the houses and asked us if we wanted a lift to Kelso.


That's very nice of them.


I hope that we don't have to wait too long for the Trip Report. :D
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