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Sunday 7th February     Leader: Karlyn Dickson

A drizzly day perhaps , however, a picturesque walk of fine river views, plane landings and the history of owners of Cammo Estate,…made this first well led walk of Karlyn’s an interesting start to joining our team of excellent leaders. 35 more words


Gone with the wind.

Giggleswick Scar, Dead Man’s Cave, the Celtic Wall and more.

The ‘pieman’ and I have postponed several recent meetings because of bad forecasts, it was no different for today but we said “what the hell”. 556 more words


The Joy of the Ordinary

When a cold/flu virus sends a couple to bed for the better part of four days, with large glasses of water and several seasons Grey’s Anatomy, it is the perfect recipe for appreciating the ordinary. 286 more words

Mayne Island

Mandag 8 Februar Turer

Hei og god mandag.

Håper dere har hatt en fin helg og en flott mandag :)

Today’s weather conditions:
~ 0 degrees and snow, rain, snowrain ;) 117 more words


Goat Island coastal walk

Goat Island is only 10 minutes drive from home and the first marine reserve in New Zealand established in 1975. Even though overcast and a little drizzly that day, it was a rewarding, short (45-minute return) walk with a wonderful look out and bench to marvel and ponder at the choppy sea. 24 more words


Walking through Strawberry Lane

I’m out with the spaniel as the sky begins to brighten. To the East across what was Thakeham playing field a wide, luminous deep pink band over the thinnest gold streak shines behind the treetops. 969 more words

Strawberry Lane

A Ride around North Woolwich

Edits to clarify the route in 2016 are in italics.

Various newly opened sections of the Thames Path to the Royal Woolwich Arsenal site now make such a ride possible virtually ‘off-road’ all the way from either Greenwich Town Centre or from Westcombe Park area of East Greenwich where this one begins. 2,558 more words