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Suzie3   on 16/08/17 @ 18:58 said:

What/who is AW?
Great to see a dog free walk!

Lakes Adventurer   on 16/08/17 @ 19:54 said:

AW is Alfred Wainwright's initials.

Suzie3   on 16/08/17 @ 22:06 said:

Lakes Adventurer: Thanks! He seems to have been a good guy

Bentravla   on 16/08/17 @ 22:14 said:

Wainwright's guides are a bit like Marmite - love 'em or hate 'em but are exquisitely crafted whatever your view.

Bentravla   on 16/08/17 @ 22:17 said:

Suzie3: All my invites are strictly dog free (though guide/aid dogs are more than welcome).

Spring   on 17/08/17 @ 7:09 said:

Ah, was interested until I saw the words 'dog free' . Your walks will also be 'Spring free' then! Have a good walk

Suzie3   on 17/08/17 @ 22:33 said:

Bentravla: thanks for letting me know, I'll certainly keep an eye out for your walks; I was beginning to think this was a dog walking site!!

Suzie3   on 10/09/17 @ 11:42 said:

Bentravla: Hi again! How far is this walk roughly?

Bentravla   on 11/09/17 @ 13:07 said:

Suzie3: On the map it is about 8 miles in all. The climb along the ridge to St Sunday Crag from the valley is about 2000 ft. If there are only a couple of us, we can choose at the time whether to continue down to Grisedale Tarn and back along the valley or return fairly much the same way along the ridge. I basically want to do Arnison Crag as it's one of the three Wainwrights I still have to do. Anything after that is a bonus...

Btw I always offer navigation/fellwalking tips/help/instruction for anyone who wants a bit of practice.

Philtheetiler   on 18/09/17 @ 9:29 said:

"dog free zone ". Does that include Bitches ?

M3   on 18/09/17 @ 9:35 said:

Philtheetiler:

Suzie3   on 18/09/17 @ 9:45 said:

Philthetiler: I would say yes. Anything wanting to get between your legs unless invited to do so can be very tiresome...

Suzie3   on 18/09/17 @ 9:48 said:

Bentravla: thanks for your info. I'm hoping to do either this walk or the one on Thursday (though the forecast looks better for this one) I'll let you know later, hope that's ok

Bentravla   on 18/09/17 @ 17:58 said:

Suzie3: great, the meeting points are on the invites, so will look out for you. Tuesday does look the better day at the moment. Chris

Suzie3   on 19/09/17 @ 7:31 said:

I'll be there Chris

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