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LRP
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Linda l think l will be at that stall rather than th h e he as d of steam. [Smile]
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Pimms stall l mean.
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Curiosity killed ...

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Sorry not to reply earlier - I was in the audience for Any Questions? tonight. The walk looks brilliant. I just hope I am not delayed on the way up.

See you all tomorrow.

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I look forward to seeing you all at the restaurant at 7pm. I'll arrive a little before and wait outside.
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Curiosity killed ...

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I have CuriousKitten's new water bottles (they were delivered to me) so she has requested a quick detour to wash and fill one no the walk.

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Curiosity killed ...

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So far we have met up with Jengie Jon and Arachnidin Elmet and walked to Marsden, got the train back in time for the pub meet with balaam and LRP. Boogie and Twiglet have arrived.

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Boogie

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An excellent and enjoyable Ship meet - good to see you all and great food too.

Twiglet was a good girl and coped with the noise night life of Huddersfield on the walk back to the car nice and calmly. [Smile]

Did you all avoid the downpour? (we did *smug*) :

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Lovely meet good company with great food it was lovely to meet up with you all.
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I got home without any more rain though there had been some contrary to the weather forecast in Sheffield. Thanks for a good day out.

Jengie

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There are a couple of pictures on the Ship open Facebook page.
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Looks as if you had a great time! [Smile]

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Curiosity killed ...

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It was fun, and I'm slowly unscrambling my 30 year plus old memories of walking the Pennine Way and gradually putting sections back in the right order. But I get easily confused by other people. I muttered about the paving slabs because it really wasn't like that when I walked it last.

We followed the Huddersfield Narrow Canal to the Stanedge tunnel and then climbed up on to the Pack Horse way to the A640, coming back south on the Pennine Way along Millstone Edge* and then back across Marsden Moor. Pretty much this walk although we headed over the Pack Horse Bridge and up a steep path to the path rather than the tracks to March Haigh Reservoir. We came back slightly further south past the reservoir at the bottom, which would have been pretty if it hadn't been raining so hard by then. That bit was off the bottom of the map so we were guessing how the paths fitted together to get us back where we were going and followed ways heading roughly in the right direction. When we went map shopping on the way out I wasn't buying another OL1 when I had one at home from walking down in the Peak District.

* Having left the map behind, I was pretty sure that's where it was until I googled and found lots of wrongly labelled pictures.

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ArachnidinElmet
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Can I say a slightly belated thank you to everybody for an excellent day. No nerves were necessary for my first shipmeet. I went home pleasantly knackered and full of good food. [Big Grin]

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