Author Topic: Langsett reservoir, west of Penistone.  (Read 1191 times)

pleb

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Langsett reservoir, west of Penistone.
« on: 12:20:03, 02/09/20 »

A view of the res, parking was a nightmare on Sunday, all car parks and laybys full but I found some space on the dam head road.






On this walk I found when I had my herbal tea out my flask, I had forgotten the tea bag! So it was just hot water  :-[
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Re: Langsett reservoir, west of Penistone.
« Reply #1 on: 12:31:27, 02/09/20 »
Lovely heather.
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Re: Langsett reservoir, west of Penistone.
« Reply #2 on: 19:41:59, 02/09/20 »
You have been busy, nice pics again  O0

 ;D at your lack of tea bag, but herbal tea is awful anyway.
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Re: Langsett reservoir, west of Penistone.
« Reply #3 on: 19:53:55, 02/09/20 »
You have been busy, nice pics again  O0

 ;D at your lack of tea bag, but herbal tea is awful anyway.
Twinings green tea with mint is really nice.
That reminds me, we dont hear about the lumpy custard anymore, have you finally learned how to make it? ;D
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Re: Langsett reservoir, west of Penistone.
« Reply #4 on: 21:30:52, 02/09/20 »

Nice pics pleb O0

Twinings green tea with mint is really nice.
That reminds me, we dont hear about the lumpy custard anymore, have you finally learned how to make it? ;D
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Re: Langsett reservoir, west of Penistone.
« Reply #5 on: 22:49:41, 03/09/20 »
Ooooh....heather  :smitten:


I always forget there's heather uplands in them other Yorkshires.
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