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In the Pink: Slide

There is an empty lot on a corner in my neighborhood, where a variety of outdoor objects sit next to a house. I never see anyone sitting in these chairs or playing on this playground equipment – it seems to be an outdoor leisure junkyard, although everything seems to be in good shape! 20 more words

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Clyde Valley; Mouse Water & Cleghorn Glen

Sunday 23rd September

Clyde Valley; Mouse Water & Cleghorn Glen

Grade C+: 8mls/4hrs ▲280m/918ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: in Castlebank Park, St Patrick’s Rd (at the end of Friars Lane) Lanark at 10:30  72 more words

Walks

Brittany Day 2

We awoke to utter silence…. Honest silence!

And stunning pastoral views. We made our way down stairs to be met by a happy Ruby.

Well we were very lucky with our Gite which though basic was very comfy and well equipped. 219 more words

The Aberdovey WWII pillbox

Walking towards Tywyn from Aberdovey you will come across a Second World War pillbox, an ugly concrete box with a small square hole in each side.  895 more words

Aberdovey

What does a 30 million year old pancake look like?

A short walk off the long road between Hokitika and Nelson in New Zealand

While driving up the desolate west coast of New Zealand’s South Island, I wondered whether Cathlin had reached a point of fatigue with me pointing out yet another unearthly view seemingly every time we turned a bend. 775 more words

New Zealand

Don’t you just love Autumn?  I think ive been asking that qute a lot in my last few blogs, but to me its just the season that  ‘keeps on giving’. 532 more words

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