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Postby HelenO » Tue Jan 01, 2019 9:12 am

Date walked: 24/12/2018

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G walked with me to the top of the path to Gartan. Then on.my own til I met him by chance at the bottom of the Farscallop path. He had run down from the top of the Gleanveagh path. Recorded the walk on my GPS. Great day involving rough terrain, navigation in cloud, tired legs. Saw deer. Last walk up to the road was really long!
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