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Monday, December 1, 2008

Christmas is coming.

The latest instalment of Mike Knipe's Howgills diary is now in Random Doodles - another splendid stretch around the fells on the 'other side' of the M6, interweaved with Mike's reflections on the Christmas season and giving up smoking. Go right to it HERE.

Coming up for the Christmas Holidays is another Doodlecat competition - made a bit easier this time to allow for the more relaxed mode that the grey cells enter in late December...well relaxed is a bit of a euphamism - you know what I mean.

And thinking of competitions, thanks to Darren Christie, who furnished me with a new head torch and a set of blister prevention patches in his Outdoors Bloggers raffle. So there's no need for me to worry about what to get for Miss W's Christmas present this year!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Phil, you are welcome.
Not sure I would have the strength of character or the cheek to use them as presents for Ms W. Good luck, I hope you are able to walk Christmas Day once Ms W opens her presents. ^__^

December 1, 2008 at 1:05 PM  
Blogger Miss W. said...

Er Darren,

You wouldn't by any chance have a pair of smelly old walking socks that I could wrap for Phil's Christmas pressie? On the other hand I'm sure I could find some here......

December 1, 2008 at 2:06 PM  

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