Author Topic: TR 19th March - Never mind the Covids... Here's the Scafells  (Read 578 times)

karl h

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I think we are all in need of a bit of light relief in these days so I took myself off up to Moasdale and walked one of my favourite routes,





























I usually put all my pics straight on the forum but I got a bit carried away and took loads  :)  [size=78%] [/size]so to save bandwith Here is a LINK
show your love for Lady Nature. And she will come back again.
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April

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Wow, fantastic photos Karl  O0 You had a grand day for it  :)

We are going out shortly, wild camping. We thought we'd better make the most of this weekend as we may not be allowed to leave our houses soon.
"Who would've thought...... you are light and darkness coming through" words by Tim Armstrong

Ridge

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Great pics Karl.
Have a good time April, hope you get a red wine sunset.

Jac

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Lovely. Thank you
The western edge of Exeter is hardly inner city but particularly at this time I envy those whose doors open straight onto countryside.
So many paths, so little time

vghikers

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Superb mountainous round and photos  O0
We've walked up Moasdale once before but I can't remember a thing about it, except maybe that it was pretty boggy.

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I think we are all in need of a bit of light relief in these days...

Yes, but some of us may not be getting it for months yet  :(



Dovegirl

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Stunning photos Karl    :)

richardh1905

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Gorgeous photos from what must have been a grand day out on the hill. Magnificent.

Mel

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That looks like an epic day out in fantastic weather.  So jealous  :D   O0
I'm tired of people bein' ugly to each other. It feels like pieces of glass in my head. - John Coffey, The Green Mile

lostme1

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Just what we need to cheer us up in these desperate time. Thanks for posting
These boots are made for walking.... so long as the rest of my body agrees

karl h

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Thank you for all the kind replies O0


Sadly the situation has now changed and unless you live there it looks like the countryside is very much out of bounds. So it looks like until we come out of the other side of this terrible situation local walks straight out of my door will be the right thing to do.
( and who knows how long we we will be able to do that for )  :(
show your love for Lady Nature. And she will come back again.
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pdstsp

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Lovely pics of a great area, Karl. And you're right, I had a cracking day on the Coniston fells with my elder daughter yesterday but think that's it for some time.

richardh1905

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That telephoto shot of Broad Stand makes me shudder.