A Walk with the Anns 1 September 2011
Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2011-09-26
Thursday Walk September 1st
A superstitious number of walkers headed out along the banks of the Swale towards Round Howe enjoying the unexpectedly warm sunshine, many were long time members who had not seen each other for sometime so there was a lot of news to catch up on.
For others visiting the area it was an unexplored area full of history and things of interest, which were freely pointed out, such as the explanation behind the name Round Howe and later in the walk the story behind the new Bridleway signs and gates quickly followed by the tale of Willance's Leap. At Round Howe we crossed to the north side of the river and headed up Green Lane bordered by Himalayan Balsam leaving the lane to follow the footpath up the river to Applegarth where we joined the Bridleway back to Richmond.
How many Anns?
A Trio of Anns
Thank you to Ann for leading the walk, but which Ann was it ?
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