Here Endeth Another Lesson

YOU’RE resting in the shade on the crest of a Pennine pass when two people draw up in a campervan. Instead of getting out to admire the view, soak up the sunshine and breathe the fresh Pennine air, they put the kettle on and just sit in the van. Have you made a judgement? Then CLICK HERE or go to Feet First.

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About McFadzean

Alen McFadzean, journalist, formerly of the Northern Echo, in Darlington, and the North-West Evening Mail, Barrow. Former shipyard electrician. Former quarryman and tunneller. Climbs mountains and runs long distances to make life harder. Gravitates to the left in politics just to make life harder still. Now lives in Orgiva, Spain.
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2 Responses to Here Endeth Another Lesson

  1. Greg says:

    As my wife keeps telling me, I’m turning into a grumpy old man .
    Before I read the twist at the end I was going to say they were the same type of people who go to do Striding Edge and then create the path below the edge, the point of the being ?

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    • McEff says:

      Ha ha. So long as you realise you’re being grumpy then everything is okay. The tipping point comes when you don’t realise you’re being grumpy any more.

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