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Wainwright walks 22: Insomnia in Coledale

Hills:Barrow, Outerside
Wainwrights: 56 and 57
When: Friday 20 May 2016
Who: just me and the mountaineering minion
Weather: clear summits but windy
Bog factor: … 1,190 more words

Wainwright

The fleeting hour of life of those who love the hills is quickly spent, but the hills are eternal. Always there will be the lonely ridge, the dancing beck, the silent forest; always there will be the exhilaration of the summits.

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A Walk on Beda Fell

Last Sunday was a lovely day of blue skies and clear distant views as we headed to Martindale for a walk across the long ridge of Beda Fell from the new church of the dale. 310 more words

High Close

April 13, 2016

After spending the night at Caroline’s place we headed off to the Lake District, taking the Northern Line to Euston Station. We caught the 9 am train to the north, changed trains in Preston, and soon arrived in Oxenholme. 1,872 more words

Britain

WATCH: Which DB is Rams rookie WR Pharoh Cooper looking forward to facing most?

When the Los Angeles Rams selected wide receiver Pharoh Cooper in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL draft, they were hoping to get an instant-impact player, as well as a major game changer. 133 more words

Los Angeles Rams

The Lake District: Hartsop

Another long weekend so we thought we’d take advantage and head up to The Lake District again, particularly as our diaries are looking rather full for the coming weeks. 1,736 more words

A Walk to Dock Tarn

A very hot day as we left Rosthwaite  to walk up to Dock Tarn and Watendlath, so hot it is hard to believe that not that many days ago we were walking in the snow. 274 more words