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Great Gable and Pillar

Sunday, 24 August 2014
10.3miles/16.5km
4970ft/1210m ascent
Trail 100 #45 & # 46

The Mosedale Horseshoe is recognised as a tough walk over some of the roughest mountain terrain.   211 more words

Hiking

Wainwright Family Portraits

Summer is certainly the perfect time for family vacations and family reunions. I’m always happy to get together for family portraits at such events! It’s so much fun to be a part of families visiting each other – the laughter and smiles make my job so worth every moment I spend with each family.






Alberta

http://suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com/2014/08/28/a-word-a-week-photograph-challenge-rust/

Of all the thousands of photos that I have, I knew exactly which one I was going to use for this Challenge.

Regulars will know that twice a year, ‘the boys’ get together for a walking weekend.   127 more words

Photography

Great Carrs and Greyfriar

It seems to be a recurrent theme, doing walks to take in summits missed on previous walks. This was the case today. When we first decided to complete out first round of Wainwrights, we didn’t set off in a very scientific manner. 516 more words

Walks

Day 10, Richmond to Danby Wiske, 25km

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July 31st, 2013
At breakfast, the owner of the B&B recommended that we take a different, more scenic route along the river… We decided that because he was a local, he obviously knew best and surely Wainwright wouldn’t mind if we walked on the opposite side of the river for a couple of miles. 365 more words
Coast To Coast

What is the Coast to Coast?

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Coast To Coast

You are Never too Old to Try Something New

We recently returned home to Maine after completing a Coast to Coast walk/hike across England from St. Bees on the Irish Sea to Robin Hood’s Bay on the North Sea. 472 more words