Include a little history in your walks. Pecsaetan - Ancient Derbyshire, Staffordshire and South Yorkshire - http://pecsaetan.weebly.com/
Dont follow me!!
beacuse i use GPS !!
Have tent...will travel.
Conditions may dictate whether the Allak or the Nallo come along.
Explorer wrote (see)
Spent six days last Easter in the Lake District during a week of unbroken sunshine, which was great but can't expect the same weather two years running!
Got to check what's on the cards weather wise actually, last time I saw an update, signal was for cooler and less settled conditions to replace the current HP dominated situation...
Moonlight Shadow wrote (see)
Addick wrote (see)
Moonlight Shadow wrote (see)Got to check what's on the cards weather wise actually, last time I saw an update, signal was for cooler and less settled conditions to replace the current HP dominated situation...better stay home then
Meanwhile, back on topic ...
I'm off to the southwest car-camping over Easter - bit of coast path, bit of moorland, bit of doing sweet fuck all.
That bastard Skip wrote (see)
Meanwhile, back on topic ... I'm off to the southwest car-camping over Easter - bit of coast path, bit of moorland, bit of doing sweet fuck all.
The way I plan things... Easter is still a very long time away!
In the past few years, for some reason, I've occasionally ended up on Spanish territory around Easter, such as Andalucia or Mallorca, and on top of all the great walking opportunities, it's also a time of wonderful cultural extravaganzas. Easter processions involve a cast of thousands, including pointy-hatted 'penitentes', drum bands, brass bands, and every civic and voluntary organisation in town, all in uniform. Sometimes there are fireworks too. Centre-piece of every procession are huge platforms bearing statues, carried on the shoulders of dozens of hefty blokes. I once had a balcony view of a procession from a hotel window at the end of a long trek. Channel-hopping through the TV in the room, there was wall-to-wall coverage of similar processions all over Spain, and the TV commentators were chattering away as if they were commenting at a horse-race!
cathyjc wrote (see)
Money won't stretch anymore.
Making credit cards out of plastic was just plain wrong.
They should have been made out of elastic!
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