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Great idea! I would be up for this, invitations in Warwickshire are a rarity
Warwickshire is really an un tapped OD area,The problem with linear walk is getting the logistics coordinated,would prefer a circular,as for me it gives a clear perspective of the area
iansmyname.....orisitjohn?: footpaths are ways between A &B, walks are what ever you decide. Please do %uD83D%uDE0A IIf this was an invite I'd be a maybe as beyond my normal travelling distance for a day walk.
Hi Ian, lots of places of interest on your route. I don't know what the countryside is like between Warwick and Kenilworth but it is a nice walk up Hatton locks.
iansmyname.....orisitjohn?: Hi Ian, any further thoughts about a date for the weekend ? Phil
iansmyname.....orisitjohn?: Hi Ian, nothing important presently booked for any of the proposed dates above. Phil
Hi Ian. I may not be able to make 24 Nov but the other dates are fine
Hi Ian,can only fit in the 24/25 November.Would be interested in Footpath conditions as there are so many countrywide that are not maintained.It was a real shock where there were so many sections almost impassable from Bicton to Craven Arms walking the Shropshire Way
Hi Ian I would be interested in walks in this area but depending on dates and pace
iansmyname.....orisitjohn?: Sounds good %u2026. Was going to cancel my subscription yet again but I have decided to hang fire a bit longer and hopefully will be up for this after Xmas.I will keep an eye out for the invite %u2026.Thanks
I am interested if available on the dates
I can't do 5th 6th but free 19th 20th at the mo
Ian: at the moment I can do either of the Jan weekends.
The other routes sound good too. Burton Dassett is very near me; good views and the church is worth a visit. Walked near Fawsley Hall some years ago, it's quite pretty round there too. Looking forward to your walks
Kate H: would be good to see you too
iansmyname.....orisitjohn?: either Jan. option is good for me just now.
Looking fwd to these Ian if I can make them, And to catch up with locals
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