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Post  Steve M on Mon Feb 03, 2014 5:57 am

An 8 mile walk that ended up being 9.6 miles, now there's a new one.  Surprised 

Didn't feel like any more then 8 miles though, and we did it at a cracking pace considering we were back for 2.30 - and in all that mud too!

What a lovely day though, and some good memories to talk about in future walks thanks to a pair of Notts 'toffs'.
Firstly Sir Whatsisname with his parking fiasco. Park here, don't park there. Move your cars closer together. Actually, can you move all 10 of them across the car park.(We can forgive him, cos it is his place!).
Then old Victor Meldrew telling us that we were "presumptuous" at our picnic choice. Get a life man! I blame Jean anyway, it was her suggestion to sit on the driveway of an empty house.

Great weather, good company and a good laugh. Here's to next time  wine
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Post  NataliaS on Tue Feb 04, 2014 12:41 am

A Magnificently Muddy, Supremely Sunny, Gloriously Gorgeous walk. And the snowdrops!! Thank you Cherry for the company!!! The gentleman who chased us away from our legally (well, almost) appropriated picnic ground - we should have just explained to him that there is no other way for us to plan the robbery, that we really need to inspect the premises first!!! But then he didn't look like he had a great sense of humour. So maybe better not.
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Post  Steve M on Tue Feb 04, 2014 9:00 am

NataliaS wrote:The gentleman who chased us away from our legally (well, almost) appropriated picnic ground - we should have just explained to him that there is no other way for us to plan the robbery, that we really need to inspect the premises first!!! But then he didn't look like he had a great sense of humour. So maybe better not.

For sale at £299,500 here http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-43421099.html

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Believe it or not there are 6 properties for sale on Rightmove at Wallingwells including a walled garden at £10,000!


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Re: Hodsock Priory - Sunday 2nd February

Post  NataliaS on Wed Feb 05, 2014 3:37 am

Steve M wrote:
NataliaS wrote:The gentleman who chased us away from our legally (well, almost) appropriated picnic ground - we should have just explained to him that there is no other way for us to plan the robbery, that we really need to inspect the premises first!!! But then he didn't look like he had a great sense of humour. So maybe better not.

For sale at £299,500 here http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-43421099.html

(You might have to copy and paste it)

Believe it or not there are 6 properties for sale on Rightmove at Wallingwells including a walled garden at £10,000!

Hmmm.... For our purposes (since the group, as a whole, IS looking for a couple of nice cottages in different parts of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, right, where we would be able to have lunch in comfortable conditions?) this looks too shabby - and too cheap, really. So it's just as well we didn't end up buying it.
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