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landranger68   on 11/10/17 @ 19:00 said:

Remember many years ago that the Marquee was blown down,but my tent had 8 storm poles and remained upright.Happy days

TrotOn   on 11/10/17 @ 22:42 said:

I loved Wasdale 2016....memorable and I'm gutted...but agree it's a good decision.
I am doing Scafell pike with OD members wish us luck with the water.
Might go in the opposite direction on the long day, just to reduce the slippery sections.
Life is for living....

Spring   on 12/10/17 @ 10:45 said:

Sad. I was going to go to the show again with some pals . ..oh well. Next year.

landranger68   on 14/10/17 @ 10:29 said:

Hi Trot on,if your searching for water,try Skew Gill

TrotOn   on 14/10/17 @ 12:48 said:

landranger68:Thanks for your advice, the approach to Seathwaite was without any flooding and the circuit of Scafell Pike was in perfect conditions. The becks were nowhere near full, considering 210mm of rain was measured at Honister the day before.
It was a good decision to stick with the walk!

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