A 'British' phenomenon ?

Discussion in 'General Walking Discussions' started by oldfatfool, Oct 28, 2017.

  1. oldfatfool

    oldfatfool Regular Member

    I say British but have noted it in Scotland :tongue: as well, no matter how high or how tough the walk or hike, regardless of the amount of kit it is deemed required to complete, when walking in the British Isles I can guarantee at the summit or hardest point of any climb/ walk/ ramble or expedition there will allways be, without fail, a frail little old lady dressed only in tweeds and a pair of brogues walking a small dog.:wacko:
  2. TVC

    TVC Active Member Staff Member

    That sounds very familiar. Another one is the car park hidden behind the summit. I have often completed testing climbs, especially in the Peak District, to be greeted at the top by families in shorts and flip flops who have strolled the 100m from the council run car park on the other side of the ridge :rolleyes:
  3. Rocky

    Rocky Regular Staff Member

    On the sofa
    I’m thinking of getting some tweeds and a dog just so i can follow you around @oldfatfool.
  4. OP

    oldfatfool Regular Member

    I have always wanted my very own stalker:crazy:
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  5. Spokey Dokey

    Spokey Dokey Regular Member


    Kill two birds with one stone:

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  6. Beeny

    Beeny Member

    I think my dog has been moonlighting...


    I am not little, old, female or wear tweed though.
  7. Summerdays

    Summerdays Regular Member

    He or she is lovely:okay:
  8. Beeny

    Beeny Member

    Her name is Gwynnik, a Cornish word for 'little white thing'. A year old and with endless energy. Jack Russell and Chinese Crested Powderpuff (I know, I had to look that up too) cross, so we call her a Russellpuff...
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  9. Lullabelle

    Lullabelle Well-Known Member

    Don't encourage him :rolleyes:
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