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Great Dun Fell

Paul helped me out this morning by walking the dogs, as I was busy training.
As someone who has been on the Fells in all types of weather, he wasn't going to let a drop of rain spoil anything. And so it was that he took Chester and Tilly up to Great Dun Fell and the radar station - or as it's known in our household, the "golf ball".
At least he had the common sense to park the car at Knock and use the tarmac road, rather than wading through boggy ground on the tops in very low cloud.
With his camera battery going flat, he took a few pics on his phone - possibly to prove that he'd reached the top ??!

Janet
Tilly's sad look is deceptive - she never stopped running and sniffing !
I think my previous comments are supported
The summit - was it really worth it ???
And on a clear day !

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