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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


Saturday, 28 September 2019

Angles Way slideshow with captions

Here is a Dropbox link to the slideshow for my recent walking of The Angles Way:

Pleas click on the first thumbnail photo then on the two diagonal arrow symbols at the bottom (Full Screen) - you will then see the slideshow in Full Screen with black background


This is just a taster

1 comment:

  1. I find myself in the unusual situation of having internet, electricity and my laptop available, so have just enjoyed your photos on a sensibly-sized screen.

    There were many upon which I could have commented, but two led me to a little more research:

    - I shared your horror at the thought of boarding at Riddlesworth School from the age of 3, so I took a little peek at their website. I was marginally more comforted to see that whilst they take children from the age of 3 (in their Pre-Prep section - is that where you prepare the little-uns for their preparation?), they don't take boarders until they're 7. I was less impressed to find a missing apostrophe in the first paragraph of the first page of their website upon which I happened.

    - Your map made me wonder if we had walked part of the Angles Way ourselves. Yes, was the answer, we followed it from just NW of Lowestoft, to its conclusion in Great Yarmouth, on the first day of our Lowestoft to Ardnamurchan walk in 2011.