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rural roamer

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Re: TR - More Muddy than Mel's Meanderings
« Reply #15 on: 13:13:13, 04/01/21 »
Some very impressive mud there Ridge. I thought we had all the best mud in Suffolk but I think you’ve bettered us, though we have been trying to avoid the muddiest bits here. A lot of it is clay soil so you end up taking most of it home with you and boots weighing far more than when you ventured out!

Dovegirl

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Re: TR - More Muddy than Mel's Meanderings
« Reply #16 on: 17:01:39, 04/01/21 »
Some nice mud you've got there, Ridge!  Narrow hemmed-in muddy paths should be on the banned list.

I like the photo of the frost on the hedge    :)

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Re: TR - More Muddy than Mel's Meanderings
« Reply #17 on: 18:15:22, 04/01/21 »
Thanks for your comments RR and DG

Jac

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Re: TR - More Muddy than Mel's Meanderings
« Reply #18 on: 08:44:59, 05/01/21 »
On Sunday we floundered for a couple of miles along an old Byway wrecked by off roaders - water filled deep ruts either side right up to the hedge with a centre gulley churned to ice rink slipperyness by motorbikes, flatter areas liquid mud over the original flint surface.

***** horrible but, of course, legal  >:(  No pics I was too busy trying to keep upright.
So many paths yet to walk, so little time left