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    Thankyou for a lovely walk yesterday. Thoroughly enjoyed every step. Looking forward to the next installment.

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    Good to meet Milly and Maria again and Steve(s), Rach and John.



    If you are interested, this is our route..


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    A grand day out Grommit!

    Thanks for organising, leading, cajoling, making it happen Milly, you're a star!

    Good to meet everyone today, thanls for your company folks.

    JJ

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    Ha ha ha - OMG it's true, there really are guide horses for the blind...... (Simon - i believe you!!!!!)

    http://www.guidehorse.org/

    Jim - it was Viv that you met today, Rachel was out on Saturday....

    A brilliant weekend, thanks all, especially our Milly for organising and putting us up (or putting up with us)

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    Right then, off to plan my TGO challenge route and bake bread

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    All very welcome. Thanks to all the folk who accepted my delegation of route planning and finding. It was a couple of grand days out. Pleased we finished when we did, as it's been like a tropical downpour here since 6pm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Maria View Post

    Ha ha ha - OMG it's true, there really are guide horses for the blind...... (Simon - i believe you!!!!!)

    http://www.guidehorse.org/

    Jim - it was Viv that you met today, Rachel was out on Saturday....
    Doh, sorry Viv - I did know that really... minor brainstorm


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    Skinny dippers and big trout pics here

    ('Big trout' being predictive txt for 'bog hopper', we think)

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    My piccies for today are here

    Baking bread and Challenge route planning are Good Things, well done!

    BTW, my towels survived the rain, my bedding's on the line now....fingers crossed.

    JJ

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    And here is what we sort of did.

    JJ

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    Great pics Milly. We'll have to re-name LMM, Action Girl, or Wonder Woman?

    Hope you enjoyed the F&C's at Chez Daniels?

    See, there are Guide Horses for the blind!

    Si

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    Just wondering what time you guys ended up back in Hartington??

    Liked the swiming If i had known that was your plan i would have followed .

    I myself had a couple of light ales and a huge ice cream arriving back in Hartington around 4pm, then headed to 'The Duke Devonshire.'


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    Si: Yes, very much enjoyed the F&C. Thanks, though I think JJ's pics are much better than mine

    Nick: didn't get to Hartington for ages. Walked everywhere me ducks & had to dash back to Hulme End to pick up LA & S and then back to Wetton Mill for a bit of a paddle that became more carefree We had little icecreams from the van below Wetton Mill

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    Hiya Milly,

    Thanks very much for organising a fantastic weekend and hospitality.

    The picies are really great

    Hiya John,

    Great pics also and thanks for Tgo stories

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