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Dazza

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Re: What walks have you got planned?
« Reply #45 on: 21:57:21, 22/07/07 »
Part 3 and final part of the Kinder Walker report now complete. Enjoy!
Dazza
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These boots were made for walking so that's just what I'll do. After I've re-proofed them of course...

Mr. Blister

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Re: What walks have you got planned?
« Reply #46 on: 16:26:28, 09/08/07 »
Now that the flood waters have started to drain away (still around in some areas of East Yorks  :-\), I'm planning on doing the 'Beverley 20' again. I cancelled it last time as basically, several of the villages en route were flooded out.

Either that, or I have my eye on the 'Minster Way'. I have crossed this path several times while being on other walks, and find it interesting. It starts at York Minster and travels the 50 miles of the Vale of York and the Wolds before arriving at Beverley Minster.  I have some time off work in the next couple of weeks, so I'll have to think about it.  O0

walking-books

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Re: What walks have you got planned?
« Reply #47 on: 16:46:54, 06/09/07 »
I have been watching the BBC Wainwright walks series and it has filled me with enthusiasm to get out there this month....Haystacks is a definate one weekend.

I'm in awe of KIDSTYPIKE
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Mr. Blister

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Re: What walks have you got planned?
« Reply #48 on: 17:59:46, 06/09/07 »
In awe of Kidstypike, eh?

I know what you mean, the man's a monster.  I can't keep up with him, he seems to post every other day .. and not just Lakes walks as well, from all over the place!

Check out his site for more pictures n'stuff http://www.wainwright-wanderings.co.uk/

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« Reply #49 on: 18:34:16, 06/09/07 »
Cheers Mr Blister...I had already found his site and I seem to spend more time on it than I do working.   ;)
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bernyn

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Re: What walks have you got planned?
« Reply #50 on: 21:57:45, 06/09/07 »
Hey, what about some short, but fast walks in the beautiful Goring Gap.
We have a thriving Health Walk group here with about 50 routes all starting from the same place - the village hall!
Lots of pubs, hills, great views AND both the Ridgeway and Thames Paths cross the Thames here. What more could you ask for?
The quicker walks are at the weekends. Why not join us?
Have a look at the web site. http://www.goringgapwalks.co.uk
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