Beaky

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Name: Simon Breakwell
Date registered: Tuesday, 6 November 2012

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  1. Ye Olde Mustard Pot – Midhopestones — Sunday, 29 December 2013
  2. Walk 70 – Leeds Country Way Part 7 – Garforth to Woodlesford — Sunday, 15 December 2013
  3. The Eyre Arms – Calver — Saturday, 8 September 2012
  4. Barrel Inn – Bretton — Saturday, 8 September 2012
  5. White Bear – Masham — Saturday, 25 August 2012

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Sep 24 2011

The Lion – Settle

It had been a while since we had been out wandering the hills, and as such it had been a while since we had a couple of snifters afterwards! The walk had been based around the little tourist trap that is Settle, so I was expecting a) somewhere rammed and b) somewhere rather expensive. Finishing …

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Aug 06 2011

Walk 34: Sponsored Yorkshire Three Peaks – Beaky

Pen y ghent, Whernside & Ingleborough from Horton in Ribblesdale: The day had finally arrived! Sponsors had been sought, and now was time to do the hard yards over the Yorkshire 3 Peaks challenge. After monitoring weather forecasts all week, it would appear we were due some rain during the day…

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Jul 30 2011

Tennant Arms – Kilnsey (2nd Visit)

After a prolonged break of four weeks without a walk, and in all honesty five weeks without a taxing walk, it was good to get out up in the hills again. And with it being a warm day we worked up quite a thirst, thus at just gone 11am we were in the Tennant Arms …

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Jun 25 2011

The Crown – Horton-in-Ribblesdale (2nd Visit)

Back to the Crown Inn, following the badgers’ 3 peaks “dry” run. It had been a thoroughly miserable day weather-wise, but we had completed the three peaks nonetheless and the drinks today were hard earned. And the thing about the Crown Inn, is that you can see it on the horizon for the last stretch …

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May 28 2011

The Stickle Barn Tavern – Langdale

After an wonderful, but part-aborted walk up the Langdale Pikes and a few surrounding peaks, we were more than ready for a swifty, and the Stickle Barn Tavern was our hostlery of choice. As soon as we went in, the rain that had battered us for the previous three hours at least, subsided and was …

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