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    Re: Cumbrian Traverse

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Stagger View Post
    Very well done ladies! We were at the Moot Hall waiting for Barbara to finish her BG just as you arrived. Hope the little dog is ok.
    Milo the Bedlington is fine, he let me put him in the car and slept soundly from Honister. He was happy to be carried around Keswick, The Lakeland Pedlar allows well behaved dogs in as long as they are quiet and Bedlingtons are quiet. We had a great meal and then his owners took him away. I have ordered a pub (I mean Pup!) :thumbup:

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    Re: Cumbrian Traverse

    [QUOTE= and Bedlingtons are quiet.

    Not all the time!! Well done Jude! Glad to hear Milo is OK. Did he have a "turn"?
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    Re: Cumbrian Traverse

    A couple of photos from the 'Traverse', thanks Jude and Joss :thumbup:

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    Re: Cumbrian Traverse

    Well done Glossop Ladies!
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    Re: Cumbrian Traverse

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    Well done Glossop Ladies!
    Thanks Grouse. Bit worried that Dr Tool is thinking about buying a pub!
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    Re: Cumbrian Traverse

    Did it on Saturday with seven friends. Brilliant sunny day but a bit windy at times.

    Does anyone know how to contact Dick Courchee to 'register' a completion?

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    Re: Cumbrian Traverse

    Quote Originally Posted by andy k View Post
    Thanks but the email address given on the Gofar site doesn't work. Tony Wimbush hasn't had contact from Dick for some time. This is why registered completions on GoFar haven't been updated since 2008.

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    Re: Cumbrian Traverse

    Last completion on gofar Mike Robinson in Jan 11
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    Oops - my gofar url is out of date. Still doesn't explain why get no reply from email to address given.

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