Author Topic: TR - Lingcove Beck wild camp  (Read 1092 times)


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Re: TR - Lingcove Beck wild camp
« Reply #15 on: 22:47:51, 04/08/20 »

A pleasure  - do you get across to the Lakes often?
I normally don't come across for walks, although I did get the ferry across from Pooley Bridge to Glenridding to walk up towards Helvellyn on a warm September day a couple of years ago .... knee stuck fell onto rock and damaged shin, struggled on up the steep path below Red Tarn, knee stuck again so thought I better not go any further, didn't want to miss last boat back!  :)  It was flipping freezing on the water coming back!
I tend to stay this part of the Pennines, as you're possibly aware. Have one of your walks ... Tilberthwaite mind when body is more able, in fact if it wasn't for the virus and 'dodgy legs' might have already done it.

I'll keep admiring the views from your walks!


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Re: TR - Lingcove Beck wild camp
« Reply #16 on: 23:20:47, 04/08/20 »
I'll keep them coming!

..although I'm taking it easy for a week or two as the knee I bashed on this walk is a bit delicate.
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