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  • Graham Breeze's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:38 PM
    Graham Breeze replied to a thread mr b's comeback in Training
    But it is a classic route: steep climbs to utilise power, long flat sections for speed work and fabulous descents. My 10th time today.
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  • Travs's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:43 PM
    Travs replied to a thread Peris Horseshoe in Races
    Richard if you finished 5th, i think you may have been the guy who was in close contention with that tall Glossopdale runner? Came past me between...
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  • mr brightside's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:05 PM
    mr brightside replied to a thread mr b's comeback in Training
    Theiveley Pike today, 4.3m 1350'. Don't remember the course being that rough and awkward to navigate, I went wrong on the final drop to the track and...
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  • RichardB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:56 PM
    RichardB replied to a thread Peris Horseshoe in Races
    It was classic conditions - great running weather in many ways, apart from the viz and wet rock throughout. Was really pleased with my run - small...
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  • RichardB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:49 PM
    RichardB replied to a thread Peris Horseshoe in Races
    How absolutely horrific. It was clear something had gone wrong when I got to PyP and the road was taped-off - Stuart mentioned that something awful...
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  • Travs's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:31 PM
    Travs replied to a thread Peris Horseshoe in Races
    Classic Peris conditions today. Poor visibility throughout, zero at times. Bursts of heavy rain at times in the 2nd half... thankfully not too windy...
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  • Mike T's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:51 PM
    11.89 miles, 3,157 feet, 3 hours 57 minutes: Traveller's Rest - Grasmere - Far Easedale - Mere Beck - Sergeant Man - High Raise - Calf Crag - Steel...
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  • Fellbeast's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:50 AM
    Fellbeast replied to a thread Brexit in General chat!
    Oh…….
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  • Mike T's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:42 AM
    The gate that was tied closed was right next to a bus stop, with a grassy open field on the other side. I missed the stone stile. That is helpful,...
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  • dangilbert's Avatar
    24-09-2021, 08:35 PM
    I came down the ridge after a JNLC leg 1 recce earlier in the year, I'd continued on to leg 2 as far as Hart Crag. I hit the road by a bus stop just...
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  • Travs's Avatar
    24-09-2021, 04:29 PM
    Travs replied to a thread Today's Training in Training
    Had a very gentle Pre-Peris runout today around Llandudno. Up onto Little Orme and down the far side... back over Little Orme to the road, along the...
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  • Travs's Avatar
    24-09-2021, 04:25 PM
    I spotted two Grey Seals lazing on a pebble/shingle cove on the quiet far side of Little Orme at Llandudno. Then as i climbed away from the sea, i...
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  • Mike T's Avatar
    24-09-2021, 01:22 PM
    9.33 miles, 2,419 feet, 2 hours 53 minutes: Bridgend - Hartsop Above How - Hart Crag - Dove Crag - High/Low Pikes - Low Sweden Bridge - Miller Bridge...
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  • Llani Boy's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 11:23 PM
    Llani Boy replied to a thread Today's Training in Training
    A tougher route for the 10 participants on this weeks RATRun from the Packhorse Inn, Crowdicote. Along the Dove valley to Underhill Farm and then...
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  • dangilbert's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 03:33 PM
    Yes, 2018. There was a control at the sheepfold just to the north of the tarn. I remember my leg disappearing into a bog over my knee somewhere...
    1747 replies | 196939 view(s)
  • Travs's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 03:03 PM
    The LDMT went around that area a few years back (2018?). I recall running along the side of Coledale Tarn at one point. That whole area east of...
    1747 replies | 196939 view(s)
  • Mike T's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 02:01 PM
    12.04 miles, 3,824 feet, 3 hours 53 minutes: Traveller's Rest - Grasmere - Far Easedale - Easedale Tarn - Codale Tarn - Sergeant Man - High Raise -...
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  • PeteS's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 12:37 PM
    In warmer climes, figs will fruit twice a year. Here in central England we can usually manage one harvest in late summer but the embryonic fruit left...
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  • Gambatte's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 10:02 AM
    @PeteS, I'm surprised you got figs, I thought at your latitude the climate was not suitable. Lucky you! I'm inclined not to wash soft fruit at...
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  • PeteS's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 09:48 AM
    Seems the dryness of late and the cold August we had here has put pay to my fig harvest this year. I have had about 3 or 4 fully ripe ones compared...
    10 replies | 412 view(s)
  • Llani Boy's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 09:39 AM
    I'm fortunate to have high yielding Autumn Bliss raspberry's on my allotment and in fact picked 4lb last night. Haven't got time to do anything with...
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  • noel's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 09:24 AM
    I've used this approach with a range of different fruits for making jam, and it works well. Most recipes will say wash the fruit first, but it only...
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  • PeteS's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 09:19 AM
    You can freeze any berries - we freeze strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, black currants and also raw figs. Anything that is not perfect can be...
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  • Gambatte's Avatar
    23-09-2021, 08:11 AM
    With the raspberry plants I have now, I get daily just a little handful to add to yogurt etc. Absolutely perfect. But I'm greedy, and I still have...
    10 replies | 412 view(s)
  • anthonykay's Avatar
    22-09-2021, 09:09 PM
    anthonykay replied to a thread Today's Bike Ride in General chat!
    A long time ago, when the people from the dinas and the llan walked to their nearest market town, Dolgellau, they were so strong and fit that they...
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  • Mike T's Avatar
    22-09-2021, 02:12 PM
    11.26 miles, 3,243 feet, 3 hours 39 minutes: Traveller's Rest - Far Easedale - Easedale Tarn - Sergeant Man - High Raise - Calf Crag - Steel Fell -...
    1747 replies | 196939 view(s)
  • Llani Boy's Avatar
    22-09-2021, 01:33 PM
    Llani Boy replied to a thread Today's Bike Ride in General chat!
    Thanks Matt. No I haven't but like AK have viewed it from the Arans and have dropped off the ridge through Drws Bach (little door) to Drysgol and...
    7879 replies | 1222719 view(s)
  • Llani Boy's Avatar
    22-09-2021, 01:13 PM
    Llani Boy replied to a thread Today's Bike Ride in General chat!
    Thanks Travs. Hopefully I might bump into you somewhere on the day. I am not particularly looking forward to it as I hate running on paved...
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  • benshep's Avatar
    22-09-2021, 01:13 PM
    Each to their own. I don't think I would ever use poles on a fell race. I did for the first time use poles on the Lakeland 100 (not in the...
    69 replies | 5673 view(s)
  • anthonykay's Avatar
    22-09-2021, 01:02 PM
    anthonykay replied to a thread Today's Bike Ride in General chat!
    That road is called Dol-y-Moch according to the list here: https://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=List_of_Highest_Roads_in_Wales . It is...
    7879 replies | 1222719 view(s)
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