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Wrecks walk
On Thursday last week I got a phone call from John Owen, one of the other rangers, asking me if I'd like to help out on a guided walk. I'd agreed before he told me that I'd just let myself in for, a 24km trog round seven of the aircraft wrecks that ...
25-Apr-2006
08:56:28
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And now we return to our scheduled programming...
After wittering on about work and/or IT related stuff for the last few posts, I thought I'd better put something up about the Peak District, lest my enormous regular readership decided to go elsewhere, so here you are :-) A couple of weeks ago Gary, ...
06-Jun-2004
12:20:30
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Sliddens wreck walk
I've been busy the last couple of weeks, and as a result I've been a bit remiss about posting stuff to my blog - as Bob reminded me yesterday - so I'm making up for it today. A couple of weeks ago I helped out on one of the guided walks arranged by the ...
28-Mar-2004
09:10:33
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Windy wrecks walk
As I said in my last entry, there was an article in The Times newspaper about the aircraft wrecks walk on Bleaklow, and as a result we had a larger than usual turnout so we split into two groups, with myself, Jean and Rachel taking the second group of 10 ...
06-Dec-2003
06:01:10
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Aircraft wrecks walk
Peter Moulds, one of my friends in the Ranger Service posted the contents of an article entitled Walk of tribute to lives lost on a wing and a prayer from the 1st November edition of The Times as a comment on one of my other Peak District entries. The ...
02-Dec-2003
01:06:44
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Shooting patrol
Every year the 12th August marks the beginning of the shooting season, which runs through to 10th December, and the landowners who own much of the moors in the Dark Peak area of the Peak District National Park close the moors on selected days for grouse ...
06-Sep-2003
12:32:07