Sir Edmund

Author's details

Name: Dave ingham
Date registered: Friday, 2 November 2012

Latest posts

  1. Walk 103 – Resurfacing Of The Badgers — Saturday, 1 October 2016
  2. Walk 93 – Ebor Way 2 – Hovingham to Sheriff Hutton — Saturday, 16 May 2015
  3. Walk 92 – Ebor Way 1 – Helmsley to Hovingham — Saturday, 18 April 2015
  4. Walk 91 – No Moor Than We Have To — Saturday, 28 March 2015
  5. Walk 89 – Point Of View — Saturday, 17 January 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Walk 72 – Leeds Country Way Part 8 – Woodlesford to Carlton — 3 comments
  2. Caption Competition — 3 comments
  3. Walk 73 – Rod’s Gift — 2 comments
  4. We Wish You A Merry Christmas — 1 comment
  5. Walk 68 – Leeds Country Way Part 5 – Bardsey to Barwick in Elmet — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

Apr 21 2011

The Herriot Way

Since the Rambling Badgers were created in early 2010 we had discussed the possibility of us doing a long distance path, with the Coast to Coast or Pennine Way being mentioned most frequently. It would be foolish of us to just throw ourselves into a walk that long without at least trying a multi day …

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Apr 17 2011

Walk 27: Beam Me Up

Beamsley Beacon from Bolton Abbey: Today was the final prep walk for our Herriot Way adventure and while I wouldn’t say I was going through the motions, I did have one eye on that longer walk. Last week we had done a thirteen mile walk to make sure we had some distance training and today it was more a case of keeping the legs ticking over before next weekend.

Apr 09 2011

Walk 26: Three Little Trigs

Halton Height, Thorpe Fell & Crookrise Crag Top from Embsay: Today was the day we would finally get to meet Stuart a.k.a. Lonewalker, a man who had helped immensely throughout the last year with one thing and another, not to mention this website.

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Mar 26 2011

Walk 25: Under The Cosh

Horse Head & Cosh Outside from Halton Gill: It was after midnight when I got to sleep last night so I felt a little tired when the alarm went off at 6.20am, but I was soon up and about and as usual and looking forward to the forthcoming adventure. Today’s excursion was taking in two trig points from Halton Gill, which was used for the last years Jamie Oliver/Sainbury’s Christmas ad apparently.

Mar 06 2011

Walk 24: Moor Haste, Less Speed

Conistone Moor from Kettlewell: I awoke as usual to the sound of Ennio Morricone’s famous “The Good The Bad & The Ugly” music and hit the snooze button. We hadn’t done a Sunday walk in a while and after a couple more taps on the snooze button I had to get up as time was pushing on.