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A whole day of walking

Postby BuzzyB » Mon Jun 04, 2012 11:08 am

So my boyfriend and I have been planning to go walking in Arnside for a few days, having to put it off because of various things. Now we've got out picnic all packed and we're getting ready to set off for a whole day of walking around forests! Got to say I'm a little anxious about the pain potential (bit of an owie start to my morning already) but I've been told we'll have lots of rest stops.

Wish me luck! :lol:

If anyone interested in my big adventure today I'll let you all know how I fared when I get back.

Hope everyone has a lovely day.
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Re: A whole day of walking

Postby masonsbarms » Mon Jun 04, 2012 3:56 pm

hope you have a wonderful day

and that you dont have to pay for it

take care xx
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Re: A whole day of walking

Postby shazq » Mon Jun 04, 2012 4:58 pm

:fingerscrossed: you have had a good day. :-D
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Re: A whole day of walking

Postby animalhouse » Tue Jun 05, 2012 11:35 am

have a good day buzzb,

i'll be there with you in spirit.

where abouts in east mids are you - i live near derby, moved here as we loved the walking 20 years ago :roll:

plenty of rest, tea, choccy of energy. :lol:

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Re: A whole day of walking

Postby BuzzyB » Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:59 pm

Thanks :)

Had a lovely time. Suffering for it a bit but not as bad as I could have been so very happy with it.

animalhouse, I'm in Derby as well. I moved there for university but the surrounding area was a big influence on my decision. The walking is lovely, it's a shame during bad pain periods when I don't get to enjoy it. Although I don't think any pain walking in Derby compares to going up the Malvern hills in Worcestershire where I grew up :lol:
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