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Today was the last day for a lot of our gang and last night they were up until late, which I could have done without to be honest. But today was good: we went for a walk up to Old Ing on the Ribble Way and back via the Pennine Way. There was still snow on the ground so we could see that we were the first people to walk the Ribble Way that day and we were the only people to have walked the Pennine Way south.


Ribblehead Viaduct on the Settle-Carlisle line, from near Old Ing

The sad part was that on the Ribble Way we came across two dead lambs. Their afterbirths were nearby so I suspect the ewe gave birth to them very recently. No sign of her there now though.

By the evening there were only five of us left so Beth made a favourite camping supper of ours: curry using a Patak's curry sauce.

Tags: Fawber, photos, walks Written 25/03/08

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