Monday, 29 June 2009


Midsummers Day 21.06.09
Sorry the last logbook has gone but this one reminds me of writing in it on New Years day.
Fabulous today – clear views but just starting to spot with rain.
Thanks for the tin.
Lynne Dave Mollie & Louis

Midsummers Day
It was exciting to meet the Goblin here on his special day of the year. We mae our three wishes that he granted us and are waiting to see what will happen.
Dave & dogs

Coming from Germany I had a nice walk up here with HF
Marta and the others

Verwood Ramblers 21/6/09

Perfect views a magic day!! A full contingent of heaton offspring, Smiths, Snowdons, ? & a Hooligan, happy days.
Ben & Co

Glorios day, wonderful views.
Sheer bliss.
Peter & Maddy 23/6/09 10.55am

A perfect day. We have walked this fell for 27 years and every time is special.
L&I 23/6/09 noon

Love what you’ve done with the place!
The Egan family Suffolk

Nice day, nice view, nuf said
TL 24/6/09

A beautiful morning and a great walk – for all this!
This will become a wonderful memory when I’m back home!
M van der Klooster, The Netherlands

It was wonderful, and a nice idea of that Beacon Fell Treasure Chest!
W M van der Klooster

On the Outer (Outlyers) Wainwrights on a continuous walk to link them all up. Last year the 214’s in sog. This year superb blue skies – will it last?
Paul & Gill Mackrill

A Beautiful clear day, for a change!
The Sewell family, Bucks

24/6/09 noon
Pete from Blackpool doing AW’s Outlying Fells. Gorgeous day, gorgeous view! Off for a dip in the tarn!!  Enjoy!

Amazing place! I’ve just been proposed to for the 2nd time by my husband – can’t believe he is so wonderful. My best friends in the world are with us – we’re drinking champagne!
Karen, Kevin Jarvis
Lynne, Andy Harmer
Linton, Cambridge

Bright & sunne, a wonderful place
Jen & Paul

Balanced very precariously
V windy but great!
Sally & Chris, Kinlet, Shropshire

Humid & overcast – but still a beautiful view & enjoyable walk in a quiet area.
Sue & Roger – York. John – Carlisle

Enjoying our short walk from Blawith via Kiln Bank. Very pleasant. Warm, very humid, slight breeze. This is the last day of our holiday, walking in the lakes – fantastic week!
Andrew & Catherine Philipson & Nellie the collie!

We are all roasting!
We went for a paddle in ‘trout tarn’. We found 3 leeches, Fred, Geraldine and Fred the 2nd! Now we have to walk all the way down again, I think we might all melt!
Liz, Fraser, Colin, Kirsten, Matilde
Neale, Helen, Jemmy, Suzie & Digger

29/6/09 12-05pm
Graham, Annich & Buster (our 2 yr old Golden Retreiver).
Very ‘hot’. Annich happy, down hill from now on. Fantastic views of God’s creation. Who needs to go abroad when we have all this.
Rochester, Kent

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