but...., I'm going to make a retrospective call back to last Wednesday.
Well, I'm off to the mountain trad then....
massive brass horn like gimli blows in lord of the rings for the calling in of the lime
we need to all chip in and buy the lad a massive brass horn like gimli blows in lord of the rings for the calling in of the lime
Maybe keen for Cheedale weds, two tier ideally, i'll try post here on tues if so or pm you....
Unnecessary fella... those who this applies to can feel when the lime's been called.... whether they really want to or not. This sadly even applies to punters like myself: I was in the Lakes this weekend and, rather than save all my grunt for the mighty Bowderstone, felt a perverse urge to visit Woodwell and Trowbarrow (Red Wall - it's like Minus10... with passing motocross bikers).
You reckon climbers across the country feel it? Depending on your commitment to the way of the lime, some stop what they are doing and let out an almighty howl, others feel less. I must admight I felt a slight twitch and a shiver up the spine as the cosmiverse realigned slightly, even though i was halfway up a mountain route in the middle of nowhere (well the Aardverikie Estate anyway).
What was I doing spending all weekend at Cratcliffe and Earl for then? I've obviously got Grit Lag.
May last year, double figure temps in March this year - lots of people making an early start to the season and I'm already hearing people talking about the lime. Rubicon is dry, the Tor mostly so - could this be it? Limestone open season already? Its not my job to say so. That responsibility falls to the Harris, and he's pregnant - which I hope will not distract him from his duties.
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