TR-22nd March 2006

Discussion in 'General Fitness' started by Kenneth Miles, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. Wednesday 22nd March.
    An 11 mile walk from map reference SP09374 78555 (near Solihull) to map
    reference SP00217 76615 (Rednal) following the North Worcestershire path.
    A mostly sunny day but very cold due to a North East wind.
    The fields were very firm for the time of year except at style's where
    the horses had churned it up.
    The route can be viewed in Google Earth by following this link-
    www.kmiles.co.uk/earth/nwp.kmz
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    Regards, Kenneth.
    www.kmiles.co.uk

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  2. Theo

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    > Wednesday 22nd March.
    > An 11 mile walk from map reference SP09374 78555 (near Solihull) to map
    > reference SP00217 76615 (Rednal) following the North Worcestershire path.
    > A mostly sunny day but very cold due to a North East wind.
    > The fields were very firm for the time of year except at style's where
    > the horses had churned it up.
    > The route can be viewed in Google Earth by following this link-
    > www.kmiles.co.uk/earth/nwp.kmz


    Nice.
    Why did you start in the red car district ?

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    "Beannachd leibh"

    Theo
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  3. Theo wrote:
    > "Kenneth Miles" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Wednesday 22nd March.
    >> An 11 mile walk from map reference SP09374 78555 (near Solihull) to map
    >> reference SP00217 76615 (Rednal) following the North Worcestershire path.
    >> A mostly sunny day but very cold due to a North East wind.
    >> The fields were very firm for the time of year except at style's where
    >> the horses had churned it up.
    >> The route can be viewed in Google Earth by following this link-
    >> www.kmiles.co.uk/earth/nwp.kmz

    >
    > Nice.
    > Why did you start in the red car district ?
    >

    That's where the bus drops us off!

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    Regards, Kenneth.
    www.kmiles.co.uk
     
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