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Maz   on 20/01/19 @ 17:50 said:

What a great bunch of people we have in this club. You always leave me with a smile on my face. I can honestly say the mud was outstanding today Ian. Thanks for all your hard work and being so flexible, allowing me to join you all last minute.

Ridgewalker Dancing again 🥰   on 20/01/19 @ 18:22 said:

Indeed Ian, as you said Hillwalking for the souls not able to do it often will be easier with your new Mud platform shoes walking method. failing that they could always search for the Bus formally known as the X Magic Bus. great to meet new souls and travellers of past adventures. a great week end. great drive back into the mountains, sunsets clear skies and a massive smile on my face. Splendid

gem1000   on 20/01/19 @ 19:42 said:

Thank you for a such an enjoyable walk on Saturday, Ian. Great company and a history lesson as well! It sounds like today was equally good, though I am not sure if I am sad or glad to have missed the mud fest
Already looking forward to Warwickshire Weekend 2020

Dale   on 20/01/19 @ 20:12 said:

It was a resounding success Ian, many thanks for a most enjoyable weekend. My first time in the flatlands of Warwickshire ( the midlands) or as I was told yesterday, the mudlands . Little did I know then of the creeping clay like substance that enfolded your boots, traveled up your ankles and threatened to hold you fast into the middle of a field, that we encountered today. Out of breath with the effort of walking or the laughing, I%u2019m not sure. Castles, canals, boats, WW2 history experience, two days walking but best of all was the time spent with everybody that gathered for your invitation.

Jo J   on 20/01/19 @ 20:14 said:

many thanks indeedy Ian - it was Great to catch up with people and to have time with lovely folk whilst exploring and hearing about the local history of unfamiliar areas. Much appreciated!

The Mind is Willing   on 20/01/19 @ 21:20 said:

Dale and Tracy and the others are correct. Thank you for the weekend Ian and your second in command Thanks ladies for the communal lasagne garlic bread nibbles and tiramasu and especially the giggles on Friday. Sorry Phil H that you were outnumbered but I'm sure it wasn't too bad. I had forgotten how much fun full weekend invites were. Here's to many more!

Roland_C   on 21/01/19 @ 14:50 said:

Ian,
A brilliant day. Well done to organise the history lesson and meal.
Roland

DebbieJ   on 21/01/19 @ 22:21 said:

Huge thanks Ian for all your hard work, making this such a fun and extremely informative weekend... especially as you were poorly too
I'm ashamed to say I still haven't tackled cleaning my boots after the alien mud on Sunday!!!
Thanks also to all the lovely ODers who never fail to make my heart smile x

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 22/01/19 @ 20:18 said:

Awww thank you so much everyone. I'm happy you all enjoyed the weekend so much. I thought the AA battery talk from Cyril was pretty special and quite unexpected. That wasn't arranged beforehand. Thanks Paul for reminding me about the mystery X68 bus . I also thought the food and service was outstanding at The Hatton Arms. My Venison was a beautiful plate of food and highly recommended. Best of all though was seeing familiar faces again and catching up and of course meeting others for the first time. Great weekend and massive thanks to all who came. Ian

Well and Truly   on 22/01/19 @ 20:18 said:

Thanks for your great efforts in what turned out to be a terrific weekend. Rob and Sandy

Vickster   on 22/01/19 @ 23:12 said:

Well done Ian and thank you for a great Saturday walk. Lovely to meet so many folks for the first time and Cyril was the star of the show! Thanks to everyone for keeping an eye on Izzy!

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