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The Winchcombe and Cotswolds Walking festival 2017
Karen and I are going to be going to this one from the 19th to the 21st of May. I've already started my training, so that I don't show myself up, I've increased my walking. Here's hoping that weather is kind on us and we're looking forward to meeting some interesting  people on our way too.

https://www.winchcombewelcomeswalkers.com/festival-2017/
The Winchcombe and Cotswolds Walking festival 2017
Hope it turns out well
The Winchcombe and Cotswolds Walking festival 2017
As a bit of a training walk, yesterday Karen and I did this one before the  storm moved in. It was a bracing experience to say the least. This is a walk that I do fairly regularly and it usually blows the cob webs away really well and definately tests the calf muscles.

http://www.rhiw.com/y_pentra/llyn...walks/garn_boduan/garn_boduan.htm


We'll be doing a gentle walk from Llangollen along the canal to the aqueduct at Froncysyllte and back this coming Sunday.
The Winchcombe and Cotswolds Walking festival 2017
Its almost here. Karen and I have house sitters booked and early tomorrow morning, we're off on our travels. We seem to have had the walking festival booked for ages.
We'll travel down tomorrow and then for starters, in the afternoon, we're going to walk down the River Isbourne to a place called Toddington. Using a route from a small book that we have called 'The Isbourne Way' we'll then head back to Winchcombe. The book says that this circular walk is one of eight and a half miles. I'm really looking forward to it.

https://www.winchcombewelcomeswalkers.com/isbourne-way/
The Winchcombe and Cotswolds Walking festival 2017
I hope the weather,s good looking forward to pics
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