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Name: Melanie Harris
From: Waterlooville
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stumbled upon this website whilst looking for walk directions from Amberley to Arundel. Absolutely fantastic directions and points of direction to look out for! Never walked this route before but will certainly do it again. First 1/2 mile through the horse fields and around the bend in the river were very very wet and boggy. I'd advise good boots for this. Can't see it getting any better in the coming months but it's a very short section of the walk. Children and dogs were covered but they loved it. The rest of the walk is great under foot. Some climbs up through trees that required a few breather stops for the older walkers with us but a 72 y.o with a bad knee and a 68 y.o with a heart condition breezed it so go for it! Breathtaking views from the downs looking out to the coast over Bognor and Worthing. The weather held out and a pint followed by a wander around Arundle Cathedral topped off a superb day out! Highly recommended! Thanks again for wonderfully clear instructions made the walk totally stress free!

Admin reply: We're so very pleased to have been a small help in getting you all aquainted with that small part of the world. This walk is on our home page for a good reason and that is because it delivers every time.
Glad you all had what sounds like a perfect day out.
All the very best
Andy & Gill.

 
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Name: Terry Rigby
From: Holland
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Some time ago I was standing on the summit of Snowdon in North Wales height 3560 feet. That day there were no clouds in the sky and the view was unlimited. I could clearly see the coast of South Wales and the Bristol Channel beyond but I couldn't see the coast of Somerset or Devon on the other side of the Bristol Channel. Measuring on a map gives the distance as the crow flies of around 110 miles. According to the calculations I should have only been able to see 74 miles!
Is there something I have not taken into consideration please? Since you have a horizon distance chart on your site, can you help please?

Admin reply: Hi Terry
Check the chart again.
3000 ft = 72.5 miles
500 ft = 29.58 miles
60 ft = 10 miles

Add em together and you get
3560 ft = 112 miles!

 
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Name: James
From: Peacehaven
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Admin reply: Reply by email. Thank you James.
 
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Stuart
From: Wem Shropshire
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22nd - 29th November 2014
Northumberland.
Hi Andy.
Just to let you know that when we last went to Holy Island / Lindisfarne back around 1976-77 with Ian Smith who was the priest at our church around that time. We went to Holy Island / Lindisfarne for about a week around the same time as when you went there this year!
Stuart

Admin reply: Thanks Stuart, I couldn't remember what year it was but reckoned it was around then. Didn't realise it was almost the same week though!
You don't have any photos do you?
Also, I got a card from FS this year. I am going to make a real effort to get to see him next year.
Happy Christmas and to you and yours mate.

 
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Name: Kevin
From: Crawley
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Hello Andy, hows it going?

Admin reply: All good here in Sussex. The sun is shining, the bike is running well, we're both healthy and we're looking forward to a great Summer.

 
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Name: Tomas
From: California
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Hey guys,

I totally forgot to take a photograph of my dissected owl pellet that I wasn't aware I needed for a diagram. I was wondering if anyone had a picture they could send me to save my life?
my email is outlookochoa@gmail.com

Admin reply: http://www.totally-cuckoo.com/26.12.07%20Owl%20pellet%20dissection.htm

T here you go!
Or search our site for 'owl pellet'.

 
Added: February 6, 2014 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Stuart
From: Wem
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Hi Andy
just read about the trip to malam tarn, just to let you know that the chef there at the center is a friend of mine - Mark Dale, known him for years and meet up from time to time and did you know that he was involved with the reading rock festival back in the late 70s early 80s when we used to go there. .

Admin reply: I didn't know any of that! Small world innit?
 
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Cathy Coleman
From: Canada
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Admin reply: It's a great snap ain't it! Yes, go ahead and use it but please credit www.totally-cuckoo.com

Let me know how you get on.

Andy

 
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Miguel Torrens
From: Canada
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Dennis King
From: Boldventure, Chagford, Devon.
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Trust you had a pleasant journey home! What a delightful site you run.
Thank you for leaving BVSouth in such a good condition.
Best wishes for the future.
Dennis & Wendy.

Admin reply: Many thanks to the both of you for a lovely, restful stay. We didn't want to leave!
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