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Mel

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Re: Wet Sleddale wander
« Reply #15 on: 23:00:27, 21/05/20 »
Awww, the deer, and the buzzard  O0


That looks like an absolutely smashing day out.


If nothing else, this lockdown malarkey has made us all take a good look at areas to walk that wouldn't even be on our radar normally  :)


Thanks for posting.
I'm tired of people bein' ugly to each other. It feels like pieces of glass in my head. - John Coffey, The Green Mile

pdstsp

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Re: Wet Sleddale wander
« Reply #16 on: 09:25:08, 22/05/20 »
Thanks Mel, it really was a cracking day, still smiling even though I've got a report to write today!


Agree about the route planning, what with social distancing and risk assessment it's become quite thought provoking. I'm very lucky in being self-employed, so will probably work a bit over the bank holiday weekend and then have a midweek trip when its quieter.


Just wish I'd remembered the suncream.

Jac

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Re: Wet Sleddale wander
« Reply #17 on: 12:36:04, 22/05/20 »
I'm with you on your review of 'mini egg bites' - potential to ruin a good day out - luckily they didn't :)

So many paths, so little time

pdstsp

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Re: Wet Sleddale wander
« Reply #18 on: 13:08:37, 22/05/20 »
 ;D ;D   I was pretty hungry by the time I got to Branstree so they probably didn't taste as bad as they would do normally - it was a huge disappointment though!  My son has had the error of judgement pointed out to him.