Category Archives: Walking

A Walk with a Purpose

Over the last couple of years I’ve spoken to a couple of people who had seen otters in the river Wharfe, I’ve never seen a wild otter so I’ve been meaning to walk that way ever since. There was also … Continue reading

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Spring Walks

I’m trying this year to get a bit fitter, a mixture of medical issues and lockdowns have had somewhat of an impact on my stamina. Earlier this month I treated myself to a Garmin watch, one of those watches that … Continue reading

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Stitching4thesoul SAL

I started the ‘stitching 4 the soul’ project very late in the day, I think it ran over the first lockdown. It was organised by Anne Brook of Hanne-made, her videos are still on Youtube together with the subsequent Christmas … Continue reading

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Crisp Autumn Walks

A couple of weeks ago my walking buddy and I went on another local walk. This one was in a leaflet called Another Four Walks round Otley, it was from Otley to Pool Bank and back over the Chevin, about … Continue reading

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I Spy an Elephant

Gosh, it’s a whole week since I last wrote a post! This year seems to fly by at times…and last forever at times too! I have been busy, just not got round to writing… Last weekend my walking buddy and … Continue reading

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Guiseley Gap Walk

The town where I live is involved in a project called Walkers are Welcome, it’s a way of encouraging visitors to the local towns. It means there are several leaflets detailing local walks, anything from two miles to 37 miles!!! … Continue reading

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A Whistlestop Break

At the end of September we finally had a few days holiday. I say finally as my OH hasn’t been on holiday for a couple of years, we were meant to be having a big holiday in December, like a … Continue reading

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…Walking on Roman Roads

There’s still a lot of evidence around England dating back to when we were invaded by the Romans. Many of the roads they laid out are still in use as routes today, some major trunk roads, others little more than … Continue reading

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Walking on Roman Walls

Last week we spent a lovely few hours mooching round York. York is a beautiful city, full of history, I never tire of wandering round it’s streets. As it was a nice afternoon weather wise, we decided to walk some … Continue reading

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Walking up Sharp Haw

My walking buddy and I are managing to get out walking most weeks at the moment – weather permitting of course! We’re doing all the local walks which we never quite got round to doing before, one of these was … Continue reading

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