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Re: The blabla of the forum

Postby kk_white » 14 Jan 2020, 21:50

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Re: The blabla of the forum

Postby Selby White » Today, 17:49

Currently up in the Cairngorms doing a bit of hiking.
Today is last day up here and we did quite a tough 8 mile walk, Muddy and slippy (only fell over once :oops:) with some steep climbs.
Didn't see many people apart a few dog walkers at various points that's until we came across 3 blokes rerouting a footpath as it had collapsed in a stream.

As we approached them one said you're a Leeds fan then (had my Leeds wool hat on) and gave my a salute. Had a short chat and he was from Ilkley but lived in Scotland.
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Re: The blabla of the forum

Postby johnh » Today, 18:52

Selby White wrote:Currently up in the Cairngorms doing a bit of hiking.
Today is last day up here and we did quite a tough 8 mile walk, Muddy and slippy (only fell over once :oops:) with some steep climbs.
Didn't see many people apart a few dog walkers at various points that's until we came across 3 blokes rerouting a footpath as it had collapsed in a stream.

As we approached them one said you're a Leeds fan then (had my Leeds wool hat on) and gave my a salute. Had a short chat and he was from Ilkley but lived in Scotland.


SW, you do get about. I went to Slough this morning - again. :shock:
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Re: The blabla of the forum

Postby Davycc » Today, 19:40

Selby White wrote:Currently up in the Cairngorms doing a bit of hiking.
Today is last day up here and we did quite a tough 8 mile walk, Muddy and slippy (only fell over once :oops:) with some steep climbs.
Didn't see many people apart a few dog walkers at various points that's until we came across 3 blokes rerouting a footpath as it had collapsed in a stream.

As we approached them one said you're a Leeds fan then (had my Leeds wool hat on) and gave my a salute. Had a short chat and he was from Ilkley but lived in Scotland.


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