Sir Edmund

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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

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  5. Walk 68 – Leeds Country Way Part 5 – Bardsey to Barwick in Elmet — 1 comment

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Apr 07 2012

Walk 47: Saddle Up

Bowscale Fell, Bannerdale Crags, Mungrisdale Common, Blencathra & Souther Fell from Mungrisdale: My legs were a little stiff after the previous days excursion, but I felt good to go as we had some breakfast at Badger Towers whilst deciding on the route for today. The weather forecast for the weekend had suggested it would get worse with each passing day but the local news the night before had offered some hope.

Apr 06 2012

The White Lion – Patterdale

After an excellent jaunt around the first four of our Far Eastern Fells list we headed the short journey up the road to Patterdale where we thought we would find a pub. That pub was the White Lion and it was half full with drinkers but that still left enough room for a few Badgers …

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Apr 06 2012

Walk 46: Kid You Knott

The Knott, Rampsgill Head, High Raise & Kidsty Pike from Hartsop: At Easter last year the Badgers spent the four day weekend walking the 52 miles of the Herriot Way and having a great time in the process. As that was such a success we had decided six months ago that we would do something this Easter too.

Mar 24 2012

Walk 45: Let’s Get Ready to Ramble – Part 1

Skipton to Horton in Ribblesdale: Two weeks on from the feet carnage of our canal walk, we were off once again to stretch the legs and put in some more hard miles as practice for the mammoth walk that is Trailtrekker. In all truth my feet hadn’t healed properly and in an ideal world I would have sat this walk out to allow them extra time to sort themselves out, but this is not an ideal world we live in.

Mar 10 2012

Walk 44: Tow The Line

Skipton to Leeds along the Leeds / Liverpool Canal: I had been looking forward to this day for ages and as my alarm went off at 5am I was surprisingly chirpy and soon jumped out of bed in anticipation of what was ahead of us.

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