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iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 12/09/17 @ 18:12 said:

Hi Catherine. Great walks and would definetely be interested......but I can't come as I'll be discoverineg Somerset that week. Have a great time

M3   on 12/09/17 @ 18:34 said:

Ian: Oh dear, never mind. Apart from Cheddar isn't it the Somerset flats? I know there's abseiling opportunities in Cheddar Gorge. I think I may put on a Snowdon Horseshoe special next year as it's a shame that you and Matt keep missing out on those stunning views, well if you can see through the mist. It's like being on top of the world. Have a great time in Somerset.

Indiana Jane   on 12/09/17 @ 19:48 said:

M3: We'll see if people are happy to come along to your invite instead of mine and if so I'll cancel mine.

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 12/09/17 @ 21:28 said:

M3: Hi Catherine. I don't know Somerset at all. It's a voyage of discovery. There are a few hills there though. I see the M

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 12/09/17 @ 21:32 said:

Mendips and the Quantocks do have some elavation. I'll let you know just how much. You are right though. Looking to do some climbing and caving at Cheddar if conditions allow

Louise - living life   on 12/09/17 @ 22:14 said:

ianamyname - you should love somerset, hills, caving, climbing . . . there are some great walks around Cheddar/mendip hills - i'm possibly doing Cadair that weekend or would love to show you some good places

M3   on 12/09/17 @ 23:11 said:

Iansmyname.....orisitJohn?: Even though the Mendips and the Quantocks may not have quite the same elevation as say 'The Lonely Mountain', I'm sure there are some enlightening and magic places too as Louise - living life points out. Take care and a map too

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 13/09/17 @ 20:17 said:

Louise - living life: Thanks Louise. Appreciate the offer. I'm certain I'll be doing a full day's caving and hopefully a day split between climbing and abseiling. I've looked at a few walks. Wookey hole and wells looks good. Uncharted country for me, but looks great. Looking forward to it

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 13/09/17 @ 20:18 said:

M3: Don't worry Catherine. I'll be prepared. You will see me again

torb   on 15/09/17 @ 19:26 said:

Hi M3, theres lots to do in Zummerzet, and lots underneath! I may join you on the Saturday walk over the Glyders. Are you starting at the visitor centre or Milestone buttress? torbs

M3   on 15/09/17 @ 20:36 said:

Torb: Hi for a moment there I thought you meant the Swiss Alps Well the visitor centre sounds a good starting point. I haven't done this for at least 17 years, so am looking forward to it and will hopefully recce it first. It's quite long and an early start would be wise I feel, well 8.30 ish. Hopefully 10 hours of daylight (if we're lucky!). There is an option to miss off Glyder Fawr if poor visibility and go down the Miners track after Glyder Fach. However as the wise sages mentioned it would be preferable to do it on a dry day. But the weather changes in an instant. I have 3 days to play with but the plan initially would be for Saturday. Great if you are able to make this.

M3   on 15/09/17 @ 20:40 said:

Torb: Hi btw I'm not climbing anything dodgy it's simply scrambling, hopefully all enclosed and straight up the North Ridge. Just thought I'd mention this as I'm no climber.

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 17/09/17 @ 1:29 said:

Louise - living life: thanks for the offer Louise. Have a great time on Cadair. A gem in southern Snowdonia
M3: Keep up the good invites Catherine. I'm sure like Matt I would love to be there, but busy lives and commitments take priority. Have a great time and stay safe

mirador   on 28/09/17 @ 15:11 said:

Just a marginal maybe for this Catherine as I have already committed to Jane's weekend the following week. However, if work allows me a whole week up there I might be able to do both and link them together with some riding in between. Working on it

M3   on 30/09/17 @ 20:34 said:

Mirador: You will be fit for the Olympics then, Snowdonia two consecutive weekends and biking in between. I like your style. Of course you're more than welcome, it's weather dependent again though.

mirador   on 09/10/17 @ 17:04 said:

Sorry to say I am not going to be able to make this work. Sorry to miss it and have a great weekend

M3   on 09/10/17 @ 21:09 said:

Mirador: you have committed, already to Janes weekend and fully understand. You'll all have a great time Im sure. Have fun. Over and out.

M3   on 09/10/17 @ 21:42 said:

The weather forecast currently says heavy rain and gales but I'm hoping it will change. I'll keep checking. Snowdon in bad weather the whole way round would be quite miserable. I may opt for Sat if Fri remains very poor.

M3   on 11/10/17 @ 23:37 said:

So the plan is a low down waterfalls and woods short walk Fri from Trefriw, given the heavy rain and South Westerly gales forecast for Friday. An attempt at Snowdon Watkin path Sat and hopefully Tryfan Sunday. And maybe The Cwm Eigiau Horseshoe tomorrow, if I can start before 11.

Heathervalley   on 12/10/17 @ 22:34 said:

M3 if you want to join 3 women with a few bottles of wine of to walk on Norfolk beaches, you're very welcome to join us. (We wont drink wine until we've done the walks or we wouldn't get very far!)

M3   on 18/10/17 @ 21:14 said:

Heathervalley: Thanku bit late now, sorry didn’t see it. Hope you had a good time. I had wine Friday night as I was still alive. The mountains aren’t all they’re cracked up to be and I distinctly remember saying to myself that if I do actually make it off here my mountain walking days are over. I had sore legs, fell over lots, which I never do, and felt a bit windswept my boots are still drying out, should of gone to Norfol

Heathervalley   on 19/10/17 @ 8:12 said:

Pleased you survived your mountain. Norfolk was very relaxing with lovely friends, warm weather, sunshine, campfire cooking, a beautiful beach, watching bats, looking at stars and the sound of owls, perhaps all the owls in Norfolk were on the campsite next to my tent.

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