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Yes - definitely: Rourky, Bal, Just want to walk, Lazlo Woodbine, Dale, Jo1, Maz, Welshwanderer, Shaza , Jill18, MadNad, DebbieJ, Philtheetiler, minty , Morningdawn
Yes - maybe: Janhk, Chriswales, Montie
Sorry - can't come: Mitch, Kate H, M1960, gem1000
Comments
M1960   on 08/09/19 @ 14:03 said:

Hi Tracy: How much change would I need for the car park? Is there any alternative parking if it is full?
Thanks, Mark

Tracy (no 'e'!)   on 08/09/19 @ 19:59 said:

Hi Mark, I think it’s about £3, and it’s very unlikely that we would run out of space setting off at that time in the morning, there are probably about 40-50 spaces!

M1960   on 09/09/19 @ 13:22 said:

Tracy (no 'e'!): Thanks Tracy – I was wondering about space because of Rourky’s comment on his invite that parking is at a premium on weekends, although that, of course, is for the Storey Arms.

Tracy (no 'e'!)   on 20/09/19 @ 11:11 said:

The weather’s not looking very clever for Sunday so bring your wet weather gear. There will still be a walk from the same start point but the route may change depending on how low the cloud is.

M1960   on 20/09/19 @ 12:25 said:

I’ve withdrawn due to injury problems and the possible change of route. A low-level walk if the cloud is low means it wouldn’t have been worth the journey for me anyway - I only visit mountains to climb them! I hope you all have a good day .

DebbieJ   on 22/09/19 @ 17:29 said:

Hi Tracy... sorry I had to disappear this morning x

M1960: I personally put safety first followed by a view. The company would have made the walk worthwhile wether it be the original or a low level walk. You missed out on an amazing weekend...i hope you're soon on the mend.

M1960   on 22/09/19 @ 22:49 said:

DebbieJ: Safety is of the utmost importance, which is why I don’t walk alone in the mountains and I’m wary of walking with injuries . However, low cloud is only really a safety issue if you don’t know how to use a map and compass (and if you’ve got a GPS device then you probably wouldn’t even need them). Views aren’t very important to me. There was no criticism intended - the Brecon Beacons are nearly a 200-mile drive from me, which is too far for a single mountain day, and I wouldn’t want to travel to them for a low-level walk. I’m glad the weather wasn’t too bad and you all had a great weekend .

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