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Walking in Northants/Bucks
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userLizzy
Posted: 29 August 2006 1:24 PM
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We are surrounded by walks in this area of the Midlands. Easy strolls across fields or through the woodlands; further afield we have Pitsford Reservoir - 7 miles round, flat walking, takes about 3-4 hours, plenty to see. We also enjoy Dunstable Downs, Ivinghoe Beacon [on the edge of the Ridgeway], Heath and Reach woodland, walks round Willen Lake and other M Keynes parks. Northants has begun 'healthy walks' where like-minded people can join up and go for 2-3 hour walk, they are currently looking for leaders. Anyone interested?

There are good walks along canal paths too, again with plenty to see and people to meet, usually with a Pub or several along the way




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userLizzy
Posted: 7 October 2006 10:13 PM
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Anyone - such lovely Autumnal weather, it's great for a stroll or a brisk hike .......
userLeah
Posted: 10 March 2007 3:25 PM
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Hubby and I are caring for a friend's dog whilst she is on holiday so had to go out and about this morning. We both need to trim up anyway and having a dog for a few weeks means we are walking further and for longer Does the dog good too! We went to Sywell this morning, dog hasn't been there before and loved it! He's helping hubby build a chicken shed now - another walk before tea and we'll all sleep well tonight
userWrinkly
Posted: 2 February 2008 5:45 PM
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Is any one still here. Me n new knee are interested in walks J15 area.
Wrinkly.

I'm planning to be more spontaneous.
userWrinkly
Posted: 10 February 2008 2:35 PM
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All boots hung up then. Me, new knee and now new pacemaker are getting out whenever we can. Weedon to Gayton Marina, this weekend.

I'm planning to be more spontaneous
userohgrandma
Posted: 2 March 2008 4:33 PM
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Sorry, I cant help you but do not know the area, Sincerely hope you find some
new paths to take, and enjoy the countryside . Ria.
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