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Two lovely rambles to start off our southern tour. Take a look at photos
Thanks Val and the National Trust rangers.
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Colin and I so enjoyed the first two of the southern rambles.
Dorset is one of our favourite counties, such diversity, heaths, hills, woodlands, wild flower meadows and of course, the sea and all the wonderful views.
Thanks Val and the guides and everyone for making these such super rambles.
Sue and Colin
How great to explore a new ( to us ) part of the Purbeck area! It is always part of the pleasure of rambling with Disabled Ramblers to discover parts of the country we had not visited before. Of course, we could not achieve this without the hard work put in by John , Val & their colleagues who have done so much to prepare the route & assess the risks, difficulty & value of each ramble. Many thanks to them & the walkers/helpers who are always there to assist, encourage & advise us all. We must also mention the “Facilities Manager” who is so vital to those of us who are unable last without using this support! Well done to you all & we look forward eagerly to the next ramble when we shall be meeting another great group of friendly ramblers.
Thanks Val for two glorious rambles – I don’t remember seeing so many different wild flowers and butterflies before. And thanks also to Juliet and the Rangers for being such knowledgeable good company. Brilliant weather; brilliant rambles. And the dogs were lovely too.
Jan & Stuart