She MAKES me walk AGAIN!!!

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  1. Munchie

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    A great walk in the Sierra Espuna..............
     

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    I thought I saw an old goat in the photos:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    I am sure the view in the third pic must have been worth the slog!:winky:
     
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    The whole walk was simply stunning.!!! :thumb: I am knackered now so will get persisted and an early night he he. :whatthe:
     
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    OK Ken, the walk was stunning - what about the company then??
     
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    In the main the company was superb!!! There was one guy we are a tad unsure of. :Eeek: In saying that Judith says she knows him well and when you get to know him he is "tolerable"!!!
     
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    I should point out that Martin and Judith from Camperstop create these walks. They then kindly invite Steph along, she then forces me to take part (she has no respect for great age and seniority)!!! :thumb:
     
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    We were a little worried that the walk might be too hard for some of the ones who are OLDER than us, but all seemed to enjoy it, especially when we were safely back home.

    Martin was slowed a little by carrying in his backpack, oxygen, defibrillator and equipment for direct contact with the rescue helicopter :helpsos:. Luckily none of this was needed.

    It was witnessed later that some of the participants were reviving with local red wine :beerchug:.
     
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    A very highly recommended revival technique, sometimes after a long hard walk I've been as revived as a rat..........:winky:
     
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    Do I see a cunning plan? Familiarity with the NY moors meant Munchie always found his way back to Carlton but is there a chance he might get lost in unfamiliar terrain? :ROFLMAO:
     
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