Author Topic: A Walk Starting at one of Doncaster's Less Well-Known Stately Homes  (Read 212 times)

Lee in Doncaster

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It didn't get off to a good start [but maybe it did]...and I don't think my behaviour was too suspicious:


https://peakwalking.blogspot.com/2020/08/dunsville-west-end-and-cantley.html
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Mel

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Hehe, godda love it when a sign writer can't spell  :D
Is the search over if you find nothing?
https://snailspacewalks.blogspot.com/

Jac

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I've been tempted to correct signs like that and sometimes I have.

Love the photo of the dog by the lake.
So many paths yet to walk, so little time left

Lee in Doncaster

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There's another local one...right next to an independent school.
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pleb

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I allus bridal at a mis spelt sign  :D