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Jill18   on 20/01/18 @ 0:19 said:

Great idea sure some of the others might join you..unless they are hung over lol....ive got family staying so probably wont be able to join you..There are some lovely walks in the Goyt valley,which is nearby xx

landranger68   on 20/01/18 @ 11:19 said:

Hi Maz,
Post it as an invite and feel sure there will,be an interest

Bea ( Pebbles)   on 20/01/18 @ 20:11 said:

Hi there....I just booked YHA in Eyam....for that weekend. Hope to see you around xx

Bea ( Pebbles)   on 20/01/18 @ 21:39 said: in YHA Castleton

Lazlo Woodbine   on 21/01/18 @ 11:03 said:

Best walks around Buxton.
Goyt valley, dams and the Shining tor edge.
Dragons back (Chrome Hill) and the scramble up Parkhouse hill.
Combs Moss circumnavigation.
Look them up.

Maz   on 22/01/18 @ 9:40 said:

Thanks Dougie. I've pulled the maps out

Rachael 234   on 22/01/18 @ 19:31 said:

I might be up for a walk on the Sunday

Carpe Diem!   on 23/01/18 @ 11:39 said:

Me too!

Highpeakman   on 23/01/18 @ 12:16 said:

I'm away on Holiday that weekend. Everyone enjoy all the fun , sorry not to be there, Jill, xx

jo_jo   on 23/01/18 @ 23:12 said:

I would be interested in a walk on the Sunday... not too early though! ��

Maz   on 25/01/18 @ 4:47 said:

Definitely won't be early.

Carpe Diem!   on 26/01/18 @ 16:13 said:

Maz: good

Tracy (no 'e'!)   on 13/02/18 @ 7:24 said:

I'm there on the Saturday and the plan with Maz at the moment is to meet for lunch then do an afternoon leg stretch around Buxton and Grin Low (just under 5 miles). Drop me a line if you'd like to join us.

Lazlo Woodbine   on 13/02/18 @ 12:13 said:

Are you putting a walk up on here Maz or do we have to guess?

Maz   on 14/02/18 @ 15:24 said:

Apologies but time has run away from me (been poorly and away) and I still haven't sorted out a route.
As Tracy says, we are meeting up lunchtime Saturday but no firm arrangements made for Sunday. If anyone, who knows the area better, wants to post a walk or make a suggestion re starting place etc that would be great.

Jill18   on 14/02/18 @ 17:27 said:

Maz..Buxton is a lovely place to wonder around...and if you park at Pooles can walk up through Grinlow woods up to Solomons Temple....There is also a show cave at Pooles cavern and a cafe...Cant wait to see you guys x

Carpe Diem!   on 15/02/18 @ 9:30 said:

Sent you a Messenger message Tracy ...thanks Jx

Chris P   on 15/02/18 @ 9:49 said:

I would be happy to join you on a walk on Sunday. X

Lazlo Woodbine   on 15/02/18 @ 10:31 said:

A walk on Sunday yes. I wouldn't drive all the way across the Peak District for a five miler. Would spend more time driving than walking. Do you want me to lead a walk?

LaurieC   on 15/02/18 @ 14:53 said:

I’m up for any walk on Sunday, providing my dancing legs at Jill’s do haven’t folded.

Maz   on 15/02/18 @ 17:24 said:

Dougie that would be great but we don't think we can cope with a crack of dawn start

jo_jo   on 15/02/18 @ 17:41 said:

I'll second that Maz. I am up for a walk on Sunday too, but maybe with a little later start

Lazlo Woodbine   on 15/02/18 @ 20:28 said:

It is light until quarter to 6 now so a later start would be OK. I am the one who complains about early starts on the Wednesday wanders. What time would you think of setting off.

Bea ( Pebbles)   on 15/02/18 @ 20:49 said:

Good evening lovely Peeps. Just an update...
I am very sorry that I cant do this weekend anymore....still cant walk proper.... Doctor diagnosed Bursitis....etc.. MRI scan hopefully within the next 2 weeks...Its painful, but I am more upset that I cant join you all for this special weekend...
Looking forward to some cracking pictures...
Hope to see you soon.....
Bea and Tilly xx

jo_jo   on 16/02/18 @ 10:11 said:

Lazlo Woodbine: 10:30 or 11am would suit does that sound for others? Gives us time for a lie-in after our dancing

Mitch   on 16/02/18 @ 13:55 said:

Well, walks are getting later will soon after start looking for accommodation so can go home the morning after a walk.

Maz   on 16/02/18 @ 17:58 said:

10.30 pm is probably about right. What do others think?

LaurieC   on 16/02/18 @ 20:57 said:

10.30 is good Maz

Jill18   on 16/02/18 @ 22:12 said:

Aw Mitch you home having a party tomo night..thats why they are starting the walk later on Sunday..your welcome to come...msg me for details..xx

Mitch   on 17/02/18 @ 3:43 said:

No Jill I ain't home till the end of April but thanks for the offer.

Mitch   on 17/02/18 @ 3:45 said:

If I wanted to walk that late in the day I would take my dog for a walk that's if I had a dog oh and maybe get some slippers.

Carpe Diem!   on 17/02/18 @ 11:06 said:

My vote is for 11... joining a friend for big brekky beforehand! And party goes on until midnight!

Jill18   on 17/02/18 @ 11:17 said:

Dougie...your welcome to come to the party...��

Lazlo Woodbine   on 17/02/18 @ 14:17 said:

Thanks for the invite Jill. I was feeling a bit miffed. Mitch criticises your "late" start and gets an invite. I offer to lead a walk and get nothing. Anyway Mitch is wrong, as the song says, when the sun is in the west, that's the time that I love best. Where is it anyway? Still thinking about Dragons Back from Earl Sterndale.

Mitch   on 17/02/18 @ 15:59 said:

Mr Lazlo it is your opinion which you are entitled to that I am wrong as it is my opinion which I am entitled to that doing later walks is wrong.

Lazlo Woodbine   on 17/02/18 @ 16:38 said:

Wrong in winter I agree Mitch but in June you can have lunch and then walk until 9 30, then go to the pub, no worries about rush hour traffic jams. At the weekends an early start is usually necessary to find a parking place but during the week a later start is more pleasant.

Ruby Walls   on 17/02/18 @ 16:56 said:

Can someone please supply a time and post code before you finish jigging about tonight!

Mitch   on 17/02/18 @ 17:25 said:

Walk until 9:30 no way, I want to be long time home by then. I want to have spent time reflecting on the day and the walk I have done back at home not thinking that I have now got to travel back to that home at some ridiculous time, obviously I am on the wrong walking site.

Mitch   on 17/02/18 @ 17:44 said:

I'm out of here

Lazlo Woodbine   on 17/02/18 @ 17:57 said:

As no one has said they are going I will withdraw my offer of leading a walk. I will be elsewhere tomorrow now.

Philtheetiler   on 17/02/18 @ 19:09 said:

Mitch: Nothing wrong with getting home at 9.30, for breakfast when you have started at dawn

Mitch   on 18/02/18 @ 1:20 said:

Now we're talking sense Philtheetiler but I can understand if some my think that's a wee bit to early for them

Ruby Walls   on 18/02/18 @ 19:20 said:

Thanks for organising Maz. More mud than even Glyn could come up with, even more mud than Churnet Valley.

Carpe Diem!   on 18/02/18 @ 22:24 said:

Lazlo Woodbine: I don't think anyone knew what they were doing or had planned anything until late last night. I think people just wanted to stay flexible as we weren't sure what time we'd get to bed

Carpe Diem!   on 18/02/18 @ 22:27 said:

Mitch: Philtheetiler: Lazlo Woodbine: Ain't the beauty of life and folk the fact that we're all different. Variety is cool. How boring it would be if we all enjoyed walking at the same time in the same place. Free choice rocks! X

Mitch   on 19/02/18 @ 2:33 said:

Rose coloured spectacles

Maz   on 19/02/18 @ 20:39 said:

Laurie was in charge really and I think the muddy part of the walk was down to you Adam
It did get us to the pub quicker mind!!!!
Rose coloured specs? Yup I'm sure I've got some too.

Carpe Diem!   on 20/02/18 @ 8:45 said:

Mitch: they work!

Mitch   on 20/02/18 @ 12:08 said:

School Teacher

Carpe Diem!   on 20/02/18 @ 14:44 said:

Ha ha ... incorrect but thanks

Suzie3   on 20/02/18 @ 15:49 said:

Now now boys..calm down, calm down (as us scousers say) (although tbf it's quite an amusing read!)

Carpe Diem!   on 20/02/18 @ 18:54 said:

Suzie3: Thanks S .. it's hilarious

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