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Out & About Dog Walkers 12s
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Sue Dec 2
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Alan Worthington/ Falcon Aerial Pictures Nov 24
Getting my nature on again!! 🌿🌱🌿🌱 just likes this picture! β€β€β€πŸšΆβ€β™‚οΈπŸ€˜πŸ˜Žβ€
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Joylandz travel ( Youtuber) Nov 28
Autumn forest - Foggy morning in Germany
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Lisa Stewart Nov 29
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Paul Newman Nov 29
Sunday morning Rook 1 + 2 experiments WIP | .3mm B grade lead, tracing paper overlaid on Bristol board. Changing lead thickness and grades on future pieces. .
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HfdWalkingFestival Nov 30
Exciting news! Plans for Festival are coming on in leaps and bounds! From 19th - 27th June 2021 we promise to bring you a huge variety of walks to showcase the best of our county. From a mile to 25 mile walks - there is something for everyone!
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EerieShadow Dec 1
Good evening. Today I finally managed to escape work and go for a walk. I love where I live.
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Lisa Stewart 23h
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Alison Mackenzie Nov 30
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RunForestRun πŸ’œπŸ Nov 27
Into the woods I got to lose myself and nourish my soul . Lush 6K walk this morning That Autumnal Sun was stunning
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Notting Dale CC's Nov 27
It's cold outside, but there is still a number of reasons to join our new group. 1. It will lift your mood 2. You will get a dose of vitamin D 3. It will give you an opportunity to socialise with others 4. It can improve your immune system and your memory. πŸšΆβ€β™€οΈπŸšΆπŸΏβ€β™‚οΈπŸšΆπŸΏβ€β™€οΈπŸ˜€πŸ§€πŸ§£
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Wordsworth Grasmere Nov 28
On this day in 1801 Dorothy wrote: β€˜a keen frost with sparkling stars when we came home at 1/2 past 11’. As the nights get longer, we've enjoyed reading Dorothy's journal entries about walks at night and the beauty that can be found in them.
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Clownwizard33 Nov 30
Some from this morning's walk.
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Sandra Nov 26
A pretty, upward slope on my way home πŸŒΏπŸ’™
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Claire Benson Nov 30
Freezing cold, pouring rain and wind. Still managed 13 km walk with my lovely friend. Friendship is so important. πŸ’œ
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Sarah + Jack Nov 29
Woolacombe today. Beautiful but very busy in places. Enough space to escape though
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kellyjeanrebar Nov 29
Willows branches along the river this time of year.
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Colin Robertson Dec 1
I walked a total of 259.9 miles between November 1-30. November was also the month that I had to replace boots. 250+/- miles/month since March had worn through the soles!
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Marie Duffy Nov 28
Some pics from today's walk.
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