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Olly Parry-Jones
🔨Woodworker and hiker. 🏕 📷Please also see my YouTube channels (OP-J and Olly Outdoors).
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Olly Parry-Jones 13h
New video: Features of my recent walk through the city of Gloucester.
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Olly Parry-Jones 13h
I added a video to a playlist Severn Way: Gloucester
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Olly Parry-Jones 15h
Replying to @nigep
Ah, it's good to know you have access to the canal. Sounds like a good plan.
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Olly Parry-Jones 15h
Replying to @nigep @tricksyweasel
Is this what you have in mind for Christmas???
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Olly Parry-Jones 17h
A greater example of crime against looking after an environment we're free to explore.
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Olly Parry-Jones 17h
I really do not wish to offend anyone here but... Runner or cyclist? :-/
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Olly Parry-Jones 17h
View of the Severn Estuary near Littleton-Upon-Severn yesterday.
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 16
Replying to @outdoorperscrip
I haven't done much but for a few miles in Pembrokeshire. I agree, it's definitely accessible now.
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 16
Replying to @outdoorperscrip
Good thinking.
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 16
Replying to @LOCOIMLOCO
Some think congestion will increase. Many believe it'll be good for the Welsh economy. I can't imagine many truly avoiding Wales due to paying a toll. Biggest tragedy right now is that people have lost their jobs.
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 16
50°C? I don't think even my car gets that warm. 😂
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 16
Replying to @Birtingham
I was also saying with a friend on Friday; it's already less than six months away and will soon come around!
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 16
Replying to @Birtingham
I can't imagine not doing it for the sixth straight year! 😊
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 16
Tomorrow morning, drivers will be free to cross both Severn Bridges in to Wales, without paying a toll! For centuries, there has always been a price. Whether that's by car, boat or by train. An historic day.
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 16
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 15
Replying to @becky_traveller
Before that, I'm looking to walk the South Downs Way in May/June... About 100 miles between Brighton and Winchester and it is a National Trail.
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 15
Replying to @becky_traveller
Yeah, I'm surprised it's not too well known.
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 15
Replying to @becky_traveller
The Two Moors Way? It runs 'coast to coast' (north-south) across Dartmoor and Exmoor. From Plymouth to Lynmouth. It's a long-distance path but not a National Trail.
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 15
I'm thinking about walking the in September 2019. Have you walked it or considered doing so?
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Olly Parry-Jones Dec 15
This was a bridleway on two weeks ago, heading up to Chagford Common. There is no legitimate excuse to stay indoors on a weekend. ;-)
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