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Discussion Forum - Events - 26 miler peaslake

Posted: Fri 28th Oct 2005, 5:36
Joined: 2005
well the bad news is I cant get a team for the banbury walk so will need to get walking on another ldwa meet soonest...yes Chris next time I will try to stay ahead. To be honest I was using you as a pacer but once my knee gave up I was knackered...mind you will be fine next time I think anyway...
Author: Chris Chorley
Posted: Tue 25th Oct 2005, 19:33
Joined: 1982
Local Group: Norfolk & Suffolk
It's addictive, and you seem to be hooked ! Barney will also get to expect his long walks... Good luck on the Tour-de-Trigs (the Banbury 50-miler ?), it's not LDWA, but Scouts, treat all the rules with respect and humour and you'll get through, but it's a tough, slow, event. Mind the knee in the mud. Sorry we overtook you so often on the Founders (from Peaslake) - Parsley (the mad 10-year old black dog) and keepers...
Posted: Mon 24th Oct 2005, 22:09
Joined: 2005
hey guys and gals this was my first walk and i loved it. knee wasnt too kind to me mind you...the little dog barney also had a good if tiring time and was completely knackered until the next morning, not like his dad who is still stiff...even missed my dancing tonight..

Thanks for the hospitality and for the friendly welcome from everyone and for Peter Deussen who introduced me to your group...

I am now of course a member and looking forward to my next walk and then the 50 miler near banbury in December...

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