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hollins

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Re: Walking
« Reply #1874 on: September 01, 2017, 08:31:08 AM »
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Gwynant,  I was wondering how you are as I haven't heard about any walks that you have done.     I hope that your hip is still good and that you are able to get about on your walks.
I haven't done so many this year for one reason or another but the ones we have done have been really enjoyable and not too difficult.

I was wondering how you were too Gwynant. Hope all is well. We need more quiz questions!

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« Reply #1875 on: September 01, 2017, 07:43:37 PM »
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My daughter came visiting, so we had a mixture of a drive and a walk on Wednesday, featuring a beach day at Treaddur Bay. Lovely coves around there.
I went for my first look at South Stack, the whole scene was simply stunning.
Safe House. A programme on ITV at 9pm on Thursday might be worth you watching Fester. I've only seen a few glimpses of the adverts for the programme tonight but that looks very much like the old "Adams Family"  type house just out of the resort and the sea scenes look very familiar.




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« Reply #1876 on: September 01, 2017, 09:57:07 PM »
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That path is very close to the edge Fester, not suitable for the faint hearted.     Did you go down the steps to the lighthouse?

I was VERY close to the edge Hugo, it's the only way to get the cliff and the water in shot.
Mrs F was very annoyed with me, my daughter didn't give a toss.  Typical eh?

By the way, I wish Admin would rotate my pics!

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Gwynant

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Re: Walking
« Reply #1877 on: September 02, 2017, 12:07:06 PM »
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Gwynant,  I was wondering how you are as I haven't heard about any walks that you have done.     I hope that your hip is still good and that you are able to get about on your walks.
I haven't done so many this year for one reason or another but the ones we have done have been really enjoyable and not too difficult.
          Hugo and Hollins, firstly I must apologise for not replying to your recent posts, I have been away in Tenby for a few days and not doing my daily check-up on the Forum as the Wi-fi was very inconsistent in the hotel, and today was the first time I could get any real time to have a look at Recent Posts.
         In answer to your questions, yes I am still getting in some walks but mainly low-level, although we did do Carnedd  Llewelyyn last year on Brexit Referendum Day! We have been doing a lot on the Anglesey Coastal path, including the Holyhead Mountain circular taking in South Stack and Porth Dafarch, and also  Cemaes to Bull Bay and Moelfre to Pentraeth. Also we did the Ogwen to Port Penrhyn walk a couple of days after the old railway tunnel reopened in Tregarth but we didn't meet the weirdo in the tunnel!
         We have also done some walks in the Denbigh, Llanefydd and Llanfair TH areas, but I haven't posted any photos as my computer never recovered from the attempt by Windows 10 to install itself (without my permission!), and I lost all my photos etc and now I use a small tablet and have'nt worked out how to take and post photos on that yet..
           My new hip is fine but I am starting to get a bit if gyp with the other one now, but I'm OK  on easy walks and also on my bike and I use it every day when the weather is suitable.
            Thank you both for your kind messages and I will continue to follow your posts on walks and holidays and quiz questions with interest, and maybe get some correct answers occasionally!



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« Reply #1878 on: September 02, 2017, 12:25:57 PM »
It was nice to hear that you are keeping well and getting about,   You have done some really good and interesting walks and it' a change when they are not too strenuous and you can appreciate them more.  We are tending to do easier walks as well but I'd like to go up Snowdon once the tourists have gone.
Tenby is a beautiful place for a holiday, it's one of our favourites so I hope that you've enjoyed  your time there and that the weather  was good too.

As for Windows 10    :rage:        I had no end of trouble and expense when it switched from Windows 7 without my permission bur touch wood, I'm getting used to it now.
I believe that Nemesis had the same problem but when hers changed to Windows 10 she was able to switch back to Windows 7     $good$

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« Reply #1879 on: September 02, 2017, 01:38:47 PM »
Thank goodness !
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