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Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 30 Nov 2019 21:39
by Bluebottle
Sounds great Nicky and TC. ;)?

Had a nice walk myself today too, saw a couple of kingfishers and a heron, cold on the way back but glad I got out.

Ruby xx

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 01 Dec 2019 11:34
by Topcat
Ruby&Tilly wrote:
30 Nov 2019 21:39
saw a couple of kingfishers and a heron, cold on the way back but glad I got out.
That sounds lovely Ruby ;)?

Walked to the co-op today ()o Not going to be idle for the rest of the day. Really must get out and tidy the garden up a bit. Looks like a hurricane has been through it :roll:

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 01 Dec 2019 16:35
by Shadowlad
How nice Ruby ;)?

I know what you mean about the garden TC, same here ! xx

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 01 Dec 2019 17:15
by pickles
Hi walkers and runners . I spent some leaf sweeping,yesterday,TC . The couple of days before it had stormed ,so the rest of the leaves had come down. Wish I had one of those leaf blowers though . Raking aches on the neck and arm muscle . Younger dog was keeping me company though.

Today,daughter ,me and younger dog drove to a place we hadn’t been for a while . Dog had never been there before . Would have been lovely for older dog . We spent a couple of hours there and surprisingly no flinching at all from younger dog . Daughter forgot to take her corset off but it didn’t bother her .



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Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 01 Dec 2019 17:44
by Topcat
Oh that's lovely Pickles ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 02 Dec 2019 20:41
by Mark.
Wow, that's beautiful, Pickles! (::)

I've got Thurs/Fri off work. If the weather's good, I'm planning a hill walk for one of them. If it happens, I'll report back here with photos.

<:)> and \:)/ to all!

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 03 Dec 2019 13:45
by Topcat
Jjjj of Old wrote:
02 Dec 2019 20:41
I'm planning a hill walk for one of them. If it happens, I'll report back here with photos.
Hope it goes ahead Mark and will look forward to the pics ;)?

When it finally got light this morning (getting a bit sick of seeing so much of the insides of my curtains) it was a lovely sunny day. Went for a good walk along the seafront to the cliffs - lovely ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 05 Dec 2019 00:12
by Bluebottle
Topcat wrote:
03 Dec 2019 13:45
When it finally got light this morning (getting a bit sick of seeing so much of the insides of my curtains) it was a lovely sunny day. Went for a good walk along the seafront to the cliffs - lovely ;)?
Glad you had a lovely walk TC, been a bit of a hermit here, the weather in these parts is awful.

Hope you get a half decent day for your walk Jjjj.

Are you getting the weather Shadowlad?

Ruby xx

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 05 Dec 2019 11:54
by pickles
Hi walkers . Yes, a nice area where we went the other day . Took younger dog on a long walk on Tuesday,it was lovely weather . Yesterday was just a short one. Today taking it easy after two big needles in my side from hospital appointment.

Weather a bit lugi ish today .

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 07 Dec 2019 00:10
by Bluebottle
pickles wrote:
05 Dec 2019 11:54
Hi walkers . Yes, a nice area where we went the other day . Took younger dog on a long walk on Tuesday,it was lovely weather . Yesterday was just a short one. Today taking it easy after two big needles in my side from hospital appointment.

Weather a bit lugi ish today .
Hi pickles, dog's are great aren't they, wish I could have one. Glad you're enjoying your walks. My sister and I were on our way to go walking but, when it started spitting, did a quick U turn and headed to Costas and a bit retail therapy.

Anybody else been walking? Looking forward to getting home tomorrow.

Ruby xx

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 07 Dec 2019 11:32
by Topcat
pickles wrote:
05 Dec 2019 11:54
Today taking it easy after two big needles in my side from hospital appointment.
Ouch. Hope you're ok now Pickles <:)>

Just had a nice early walk. Like to get some exercise every day (stop the bits seizing up) ;) :lol:

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 07 Dec 2019 11:42
by Shadowlad
Hi everyone <:)>

The weather here is windy and rainy most of time Ruby. Still getting out for little walks despite this, its good to get the exercise as TC says ;)?

Pickles i hope you are alright my friend, do take care, gorgeous autumn picture btw ! <:)> xxx

Ruby how you feeling love ? Is your low mood lifting ? <:)> xxx

TC and Mark <:)> xxx

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 07 Dec 2019 19:13
by Bluebottle
Still quite low shadowlad, the bad weather ain't helping, going to try and go back to my volunteering on Monday. Glad you're getting out for short walks.

Ruby xx

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 18 Dec 2019 23:56
by Bluebottle
Has anybody managed to get a respite from silly season and got out for a walk/cycle/run? I can't remember the last walk I went on it seems such a long time ago and the weather here aint been great most of the time. Will try and get out for a walk at the weekend. Must hit the gym come New Year. :mrgreen:

Ruby xx

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 19 Dec 2019 06:31
by Topcat
Ruby&Tilly wrote:
18 Dec 2019 23:56
Has anybody managed to get a respite from silly season and got out for a walk
Managing to escape the scrum by walking along the seafront Ruby, but it depends on the weather (which is pants a lot of the time - mild/wet). Love a hill walk, but it needs to dry out a bit first. Some of the access fields are quagmires at present (boo hiss). Roll on spring ;)?

Hi to any walkers/runners looking in :\:

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 20 Dec 2019 22:22
by Shadowlad
Hi Ruby, TC, Pickles and everyone :\:

Been really missing some nice firm ground to walk on. Everywhere is so damp and muddy, so haven't been venturing too far. Just a regular walk through the park to get to v.work. Would love to escape for a proper hike once the weather improves ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 21 Dec 2019 04:25
by chick dip
.....To all us walkers,or potterers.....roll on spring I say ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 21 Dec 2019 19:23
by Bluebottle
chick dip wrote:
21 Dec 2019 04:25
.....To all us walkers,or potterers.....roll on spring I say ;)?
I'll second that chick. <:)>

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 23 Dec 2019 18:51
by Topcat
Lovely day here and got a much needed walk into town and along the seafront to the cliffs. Gorgeous.

Hope others managed to grab some winter sun and fresh air ;)?

Re: Running and Walking Club

Posted: 23 Dec 2019 20:13
by Shadowlad
I'm jealous TC as i was dragged off to the shops again by daughter. Would rather have been dragged off to the seafront or countryside, lol :lol:

Hello chic dip ! :\: Good to see you, hope you are ok. <:)>

Can't wait for spring and lighter days either xx