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cornwallcoastpathdweller

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greetings chaps and chapesses
« on: 17:16:34, 29/06/20 »
Just got back from a 15 miler along the swcp and got the bug to do lots more walking this year, so after a quick Google i found this forum and thought id best join up.
Am a seasoned walker, have down the swcp before, and often walk 10-20 miles down the path as im lucky enough to live right on top of it, but have been forced to have a break with CV and a bad knee for the last few months.  All felt good today though, so shall be picking the baton up again and doing a bit more.  Quite fancy a few multi day plods.
Richard
one step then another then another then a bench - please?

Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: greetings chaps and chapesses
« Reply #1 on: 17:32:20, 29/06/20 »
Hello Richard. Welcome to the forum from Aberdeenshire.

SteamyTea

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Re: greetings chaps and chapesses
« Reply #2 on: 17:35:31, 29/06/20 »
Welcome
SWCP is near me to.

I don't use emojis, irony is better, you decide

vghikers

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Re: greetings chaps and chapesses
« Reply #3 on: 17:36:18, 29/06/20 »
Welcome from Manchester  :)
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...but have been forced to have a break with CV and a bad knee for the last few months.

There are usually a few walking wounded here!.

cornwallcoastpathdweller

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Re: greetings chaps and chapesses
« Reply #4 on: 17:43:22, 29/06/20 »
Cheers for the warm welcome all. much appreciated. 
Best foot (and knee) forward from now on. [size=78%]Newquay to Harlyn Bay tomorrow for me and the dog. [/size]



one step then another then another then a bench - please?

Jac

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Re: greetings chaps and chapesses
« Reply #5 on: 20:26:03, 29/06/20 »
Welcome from Devon not too far from the coast path :)
So many paths, so little time

richardh1905

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Re: greetings chaps and chapesses
« Reply #6 on: 21:28:38, 29/06/20 »
Welcome from the southern edge of the Lake District.  :)