Author Topic: An amble in Austy wood  (Read 413 times)

April

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Re: An amble in Austy wood
« Reply #15 on: 20:37:58, 17/05/20 »
Lovely pics G&P, stunning bluebell pic  O0

Laughing at the pic of the gate. Why is it there?  ;D
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Re: An amble in Austy wood
« Reply #16 on: 20:53:44, 17/05/20 »
Lovely pics G&P, stunning bluebell pic  O0

Laughing at the pic of the gate. Why is it there?  ;D
Thanks. If you prefer you can walk through the gate . I think.. :D

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Re: An amble in Austy wood
« Reply #17 on: 20:56:14, 17/05/20 »
Thanks. If you prefer you can walk through the gate . I think.. :D

I think I would  :)
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Re: An amble in Austy wood
« Reply #18 on: 21:04:59, 17/05/20 »
I think I would  :)
It reminds me of a time I was walking with a friend. He was ahead of me and clambered up and over an unusually high locked gate, blocking the prow, muttering as he went...I was about to do the same, until I noticed a big gap the to one side of it, so ambled up and slipped through it. He started muttering all over again. It had been a long day though... 8)

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Re: An amble in Austy wood
« Reply #19 on: 06:14:39, 18/05/20 »
 :)

I remember deliberately going over a stile for a laugh. The fence had long gone but it seemed rude not to use the stile.
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Re: An amble in Austy wood
« Reply #20 on: 09:41:06, 18/05/20 »
& sometimes it is just for exercise..depends how many stiles that day though ey. ? :o