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Louise - living life   on 14/05/17 @ 19:24 said:

nice thoughts - going to dance along the cadair ridges at the weekend - happy days.

The Crib   on 14/05/17 @ 21:25 said:

Wont be dancing tonight after Glyn"s 19 miler. Totally agree with your concept....splendid dancing on the Crib Walk

Ridgewalker   on 15/05/17 @ 15:09 said:

Why not ? wheres your sense of adventure

Heathervalley   on 16/05/17 @ 14:15 said:

If we walk on beaches are we shallow?

M3   on 16/05/17 @ 16:49 said:

Heathervalley: Ha ha that's so funny

Ridgewalker   on 16/05/17 @ 19:23 said:

The beaches are the ridge-tops of the Sea's and as you walk you may get a glimpse of the depths of the oceans beyond.
Swimming beyond and below into the less travelled mountains that are not above sea level is equally deep.

Maybe the flatness of Cyberspace with its ripples and waves is not unlike looking across the surface of the sea's....

Carpe Diem!   on 16/05/17 @ 22:51 said:

I totally agree Paul! Lighting each other up with verve, passion, kindness and sensitivity, all mashed up with a huge dollop of soulfulness, is the stuff of existence and the preserve of dreams that are realised

Heathervalley   on 27/05/17 @ 19:20 said:

I sailed a small part of a sea as it was too cold to swim, but couldn't see the depths and instead of a dollop of soulfullness had a dollop of ice cream!

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