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    Wardle Skyline Fell Race

    For the avoidance of doubt, this year's race is on 11th April (not 4th). Details here and its a cracker: http://www.rochdaleharriers.co.uk/wardle/wardle.htm
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    Thanks to all involved for yesterday, really enjoyed it and the weather was spot on
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    Well done to the 'dale for a very exciting race today...enjoyed the downhill.

    On another note-I noticed the wind-farm lot had bastardized the top of the moor with what resembled the M62 take 2

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    On another note-I noticed the wind-farm lot had bastardized the top of the moor with what resembled the M62 take 2[/QUOTE]

    Thanks to the organisers and marshals for a great race. I've got to agree, they've ruined that area on the moor.
    Steve Fish : Clayton Le Moors Harriers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfish View Post
    On another note-I noticed the wind-farm lot had bastardized the top of the moor with what resembled the M62 take 2
    I've got to agree, they've ruined that area on the moor.[/QUOTE]


    Actually, I rather like wind-farms and even though I was trying hard to keep in front of you yesterday - running like the wind almost - being just a simple engineer at heart I did pause to think that the array on display were rather spectacular.
    Last edited by Graham Breeze; 10-04-2016 at 08:56 AM.
    "...as dry as the Atacama desert".

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    Anyone got a copy of the results please? I was there with the mountain rescue team and we had to shoot off before the presentations......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Breeze View Post
    I've got to agree, they've ruined that area on the moor.


    Actually, I rather like wind-farms and even though I was trying hard to keep in front of you yesterday - running like the wind almost - being just a simple engineer at heart I did pause to think that the array on display were rather spectacular.
    [/QUOTE]

    No problem with them out at sea, don't run there!
    Steve Fish : Clayton Le Moors Harriers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfish View Post

    Actually, I rather like wind-farms and even though I was trying hard to keep in front of you yesterday - running like the wind almost - being just a simple engineer at heart I did pause to think that the array on display were rather spectacular.

    No problem with them out at sea, don't run there![/QUOTE]


    You're not a triathlete then?
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    "...as dry as the Atacama desert".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Breeze View Post
    No problem with them out at sea, don't run there!
    You're not a triathlete then?[/QUOTE]

    No, don't live up to my namesake. Difficult enough at my age sticking to one type of exercise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Breeze View Post
    I've got to agree, they've ruined that area on the moor.


    Actually, I rather like wind-farms and even though I was trying hard to keep in front of you yesterday - running like the wind almost - being just a simple engineer at heart I did pause to think that the array on display were rather spectacular.
    [/QUOTE]

    Nice to see you yesterday and going well- cobbles not detracting. Nearly missed you because I only get to see you in the dark(eek!)

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