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Yes - definitely: Snowdoniawhite, Ridgewalker, Ruby Walls, Indiana Jane, Maz
Yes - maybe: mountainsnmusic, Shezza, Louise - living life
Sorry - can't come: blue_voyager, Outdoor Bloke, mirador
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mirador   on 16/10/17 @ 18:34 said:

Sorry to say that I am going to be up north that weekend - boo!

blue_voyager   on 23/10/17 @ 22:20 said:

I'd love to join you to walk in this magical landscape, but I'll be away in the north.

Ruby Walls   on 31/10/17 @ 19:27 said:

Down as a maybe for this until I see the wine list.

Maz   on 01/11/17 @ 16:45 said:

Suspect the wine list might be a long one.

Ridgewalker   on 02/11/17 @ 16:30 said:

The wine list shall be locally sourced from the shelves at Aldi Adam. The guest rooms have be allocated to our North Wales lady's. but there are a few settee's and a spare mattress space to crash down on if you wish to crash here Adam.

Ridgewalker   on 02/11/17 @ 16:33 said:

We may try and have an after walk meal-drink near the falls that we can all join in with. before we head back to mine to try out Adam's wine list with a little supper

Maz   on 06/11/17 @ 17:14 said:

Paul, never been called a lady before.
Let me know what you need us to bring re food etc

Ridgewalker   on 16/11/17 @ 15:20 said:

Weather looking reasonable for next Sat's trek and early-ish start. plenty of water we hope all-ready in the system to delight us with great displays of dancing water.

Ridgewalker   on 16/11/17 @ 15:40 said:

Maz & Jane. Menu's, my directions sent to you

Ruby Walls   on 18/11/17 @ 18:06 said:

1 sofa required please and directions

M3   on 18/11/17 @ 22:37 said:

Enjoy x

Ridgewalker   on 22/11/17 @ 17:31 said:

more info added for those not travelling from the lands of my dwelling with me.
The current rains and mildness will become a cooler front on Saturday so a mixture of warmth and wet clothing as we adventure through the naked tree lines

mountainsnmusic   on 24/11/17 @ 7:50 said:

Sorry I can't make it now Paul, have a great waterfall walk everyone

Camino Queen   on 24/11/17 @ 9:38 said:

Hope you guys enjoy this. I hope you enjoy the glorious mud bath at the end!!!

Snowdoniawhite   on 24/11/17 @ 10:00 said:

My boots still smelt even after I washed them. Proper connection with Nature Looking forward to it!

Ridgewalker   on 24/11/17 @ 12:55 said:

My notes on the questions of Dog friendly " there are certain sections that i do that would be tricky with dogs as they are limestone gullies, but there is usually a diversion not to far away on these points...
how ever there are some very narrow ledge paths that require sure footed being's with a good head for drops. we also have to walk behind the main waterfalls outflow that can be slippery and very-noisy and wet.. apart from that . depends on the character of the dog in those conditions.. and its ability not to jump into fast flowing rivers systems."

Also not sure about the Dog policy, i think i have seen a few

Ridgewalker   on 24/11/17 @ 13:02 said:

Di that muddy diversion was a short cut to reduce the extra millage that snowdoniawhite and myself were happily adding to the day while following the path of the river upstream, having myself led you all astray by not cutting across a few miles back. this time i shall stick to the planned route as intended.
!!! trust me i'm a scrambling Ridgewalker in good company !!!

Dale   on 24/11/17 @ 14:16 said:

Never mind the dogs, please take care of AdamS foot placements

Ridgewalker   on 24/11/17 @ 17:24 said:

We may have another joining us at the start point

Ridgewalker   on 24/11/17 @ 17:26 said:

Adam He can walk like an octopus

Outdoor Bloke   on 24/11/17 @ 18:29 said:

just looking at commitments and practicalities for tomorrow..having been on my first outdoor duo meet last week and had fun, I am keen to meet more like minded souls

Outdoor Bloke   on 25/11/17 @ 7:34 said:

tried my best to keep up with stuff but the hours ran away with me so I can't make it/couldn't make it (read as appropriate according to as and when you get this message!). Hope all is/was good with the walk and thanks for organising..catch you again sometime soon

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