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Tour de Helvellyn
136th/147. 20th lady out of 22.
3rd time doing the event and each with Andy. We were part of a research project.
Andy Mouncey and University of Central Lancashire are looking for volunteers to take part in a study of 'Physiological and Psychological factours that …
... her safe travels. She was suitably surprised last night and we have had a lovely day together as a family. Enjoy and safe travels Lucy. Now Rob and I are on a plane north again, back to Haltwhistle to start our next stage. We have one of Rob's friends, Hamish joining us tonight and then Trina and Cadbury join us on Tuesday. The next 500 miles ...
... feet after 500 miles, decided that coming off the wall and heading directly cross country to Haltwhistle was the best solution. It paid dividends as we were walking in to the B&B we are staying at on Saturday night at ten to five. Confused? I will explain tomorrow. Kristen, who runs the Grey Bull, gave us a lovely warm welcome and a much needed cup of tea. We vaguely freshened up (if nothing else our clothes need tomorrow's rest day!) and then headed for a celebratory pint and our pick ...
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I scored another day of work tomorrow with the same fellas, AND the job happens to be in the city I was going to bus to in the morning to catch a train. So not only do I make another 70 quid, but they are giving me a free ride up there afterwards! Things are working out folks! They ended up being some great guys and a pleasure to work with. We had a few celebratory pints after work for completing what I can only describe as ...
... They were leaving the Lakes that day so somewhat of a coincidence - again. Turns out another of the congregation has a niece in Remuera - a small world indeed! We got our walking gear together and headed off to park up (you pay for all parking here) and walk past Grasmere lake (our favourite spot in the world) and up Loughrigg fell. Guy and Sam scampered off at the front of the party and he only went on a lead (Sam that is!) when sheep or cows were around ...
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Nice spot, basic but just what we needed. Cheap and cheerful.
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