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Ridgewalker   on 29/04/18 @ 9:42 said:

It was great to have you all on-board for one of my local strolls, i have now calibrated my piece of string.
When in mid wales in between the mountains and hills are ( deviations of flatness ) all good practice for the Malverns

mountainsnmusic   on 29/04/18 @ 12:04 said:

Yep, gorgeous, lovely, wonderful day in a stunning area, Thanks Paul

jem1000   on 29/04/18 @ 18:08 said:

Paul, thank you for a fabulous day,I enjoyed every minute. Great to meet everyone and to explore the beautiful Edw valley with you all. Not only did we learn about deviations of flatness but sheep viewing points too
Look forward to seeing you all on the Malverns next month.

mirador   on 30/04/18 @ 20:38 said:

Sorry I could make it this time Paul - hopefully see you at the Malverns!

mountainsnmusic   on 04/05/18 @ 7:50 said:

Where we will travel "inclines" rather than "slight deviations of flatness" Mirador-at least one way-maybe slighter deviations of flatness on the return leg!

jem1000   on 04/05/18 @ 20:57 said:

I think I would call them hills, Ruth, but "inclines" sound a bit less intimidating! I will definitely be taking advantage of lesser deviations of flatness on the return leg - if not before

Head for the Hills   on 04/05/18 @ 21:05 said:

They don't call one of them Perseverance Hill for nothing, Meg!

jem1000   on 04/05/18 @ 21:11 said:

I remember walking up Perseverance Hill one very hot day last year, June. We did about three quarters of the there and back that day so I suppose I should just try a bit harder this time!

Head for the Hills   on 04/05/18 @ 21:34 said:

When it's hot up there, it really drains your energy with no shade, so it's definitely more than an incline, although the deviations are just as interesting. I may join you on the 19th, as the Clun Challenge filled up while I was away and I sneaked a linear walk from Ledbury to Malvern Link on Tuesday and really enjoyed it.

jem1000   on 04/05/18 @ 21:59 said:

It would be good to see you, June. If you are doing the LDWA walk from Moreton in Marsh next weekend, it will be good to see you

Head for the Hills   on 04/05/18 @ 22:15 said:

Yes I am Meg. See you in Moreton in Marsh. Look forward to catching up

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