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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Fran and Ann's Big Birthday Party





lone tree on the limestone pavement Ewes Top






For the Ann & Fran's Birthday Party Weekend Big John had organized a walk from Ribblehead back to Ingleton. So at the anointed hour we all tumbled out of the cars at the carpark, while those who give us our lifts up returned to suitable decorate the hostel for the party that night (thanks Allen!).

It was a fine crisp morning as Big John lead the way over Blea Moor, while our group ,with McGregor, took photos of Ribblehead Viaduct. It was on the ascent of Knoutberry Hill that Big John's dog formed a strong bond with Waggy, in fact every time the dog seen Waggy it strained at its leash to greet his new found friend.



Taking a break on West Fell


After Whernside our group split, with the ruffty tuffties going on to climb Ingleborough and the rest continuing along west fell, before descending to Ingleton. The unkind might suggest the the ruffty tuffties only went to climb Ingleborough because there is a pub on the way. I would of course not utter such a slur, but can report that the Cains Best Bitter had a distinct toffee taste, in the pub at Ingleton of course.


Some photos of the walk and birthday party.




Ingleborough from West Fell



West Fell with Whernside in the background


Some photos of the NHS themed birthday party.

A slow dance


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Birthday Girl

Dancing round the handbags

Birthday Girl

2 Comments:

Blogger Phil said...

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March 17, 2008 at 9:59 AM  
Blogger Phil said...

For the unitiated, these photos show membersof our walking club, who are otherwise sober and respected pillars of the community.

Great pics, Michael!

March 17, 2008 at 10:09 AM  

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