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Barningham Moor and the Stang

14 February 2019

SUNDAY 10 FEB: WALK FROM  KELD

GUNNERSIDE 7 Feb 2019

A good turn-out of 18 at Gunnerside village hall on an unpromising day with a forecast of rain and high winds for the morning at least.

Swale Pancakes 31 January 2019

This is a picture of an apparently rare natural phenomenon which we encountered on last week’s walk led by Geraint. The picture itself was taken by a local photographer just a few hundred yards upstream from Green Bridge.

Bowlees 11 NOVEMBER 2018

SUNDAY 4 NOVEMBER: HOW TALLON AND GILL BECK

21 Oct 2018 – Grinton Moor (Back to form)

I hope those of you who didn’t come on my walk enjoyed the lovely sunny, mild autumn day in Richmond and elsewhere.  Unfortunately myself and those select few who did attend didn’t.

Currack Rigg 1 November 2018

SOC Walk Report – Caldbergh & River Cover from Middleham Thursday 11th October 2018

Seven of us met at the Black Horse PH in Ingleton for what was going to be a rather gusty and damp ride out. The forecast did at least state a possibility that the worst of the rain was gone.

Walk from Lord Stones Cafe

2 September 2018

A stroll through Wensleydale – Thursday 9 August 2018

Muker 2nd August 2018

KELD TO RAVENSEAT AND TAN HILL 22 July 2018

Lunedale 19 July 2018

“A walk from scratch”

God’s Bridge, Bowes. 24 June 2018

Quoits Walk 21 June 2018

Steve & Carol’s Lakes Trip – 12th & 13th July 2018

 

Don Miller, Ariana Preston, Pete Bell, me.

This trip was planned at fairly short notice, and a permit obtained by phone from the helpful folk at White Scar. We turned up, parked in a suitably secluded corner of the car park, got changed, and were ready to enter at 10am.

So I met up with Big Al at his house at 7am and cycled across to Newcastle rugby ground about 3 miles away. Signed on and was in the first wave to set off at 8AM.  It was a nice day and I was on me sportive Dawes Galaxy, just like 7 years ago. 

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