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 UKC Articles 11 Jan 2021
Crag Notes: Dream of Dry

In this month's Crag Notes Nick Bullock has adapted a piece he first wrote upon his return from Canada in 2015, which - unbeknown to him at the time - chimes with the mood of lockdown life in 2021. 



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 alan moore 11 Jan 2021
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Enjoyed that. Strangely, made me miss Snowdonia at Christmas. I remember slobbering up Lliwedd on such days and steaming in the fairy lights and cafes of Betws and Beddgelert afterwards.

 Sean Kelly 13 Jan 2021
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Aye, I also can recall the winter of 2010, both in Wales and Scotland. Just awesome conditions and some lovely settled spells of weather. A rare winter.

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Thinking about the amount of rain we've been having, I'm surprised there hasn't been yet another landslip on to the A5 in Nant Ffrancon.

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 Mark Goodwin 02 Feb 2021
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" the gale, plays a digeridoo through the galvanized bars. "

Yes! Beautiful! You see, Mr Bullock, Orpheus ( a poet ! ) played a lyre. I now have an image of you ascending some mythical peak with a galvanised five-bar-gate strapped to your back ...

... and you & that gate leading the wind astray! 


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