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My blog nick-name is SIR HUGH. I'm not from the aristocracy - my middle name is Hugh which relates to the list of 282 hills in Scotland compiled by Sir Hugh Munro in 1891. I climbed my last one (Sgurr Mor) on 28th June 2009

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Thursday, 25 April 2019

Day 2 follow up

mainly for Mick and Gayle.

I had contacted The Boycott Arms at Upper Ludstone some time ago and they had agreed to let me camp in their beer garden. When I arrived the landlord was away but staff contacted him and I was shown to the beer garden. Once established I went back to the pub to eat and found the landlord had left instructions for my meal and a drink to be free.

I have just eaten well and was further attended to when the staff found a table next to a plug point so I could charge up my tech..

6 comments:

bowlandclimber.com said...

This could be a lucky trip for you, good bandb last night followed by free food tonight .

gimmer said...

Did they spread the jam on it for you as well ? To use the old phrase: 'well I never'.
Talk about luck: no boycotting of that pub - indeed I think I'll put it on my list to be 'worth the detour' just to savour the ambience which produces such considerateness !
As you say, these things mark and and highlight the journey itself - which sounds as if it is going more or less to standard and plan.

John J said...

You seem to have landed squarely on your feet (this time) my fingers are crossed for you that this is a good omen for the rest of your walk (note that avoided the use of 'trip')
;-)

Sir Hugh said...

All - apologies for a collective reply but you've no idea how tedious these replies are. Every time I post one Google has me signing in again with e-mail and password. If I want to insert the cursor for corrections it is totally erratic and difficult to employ that is not to say in any way that I don't welcome comments..

I have only just caught up with my comments (Saturday evening inThe Dog at Dunley)

There has been a further freebie since - I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

AlanR said...

Sounds great apart from blogger.

Gayle said...

Fantastic! Here's to more of the same.