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I don't often take advice from a piece of graffiti, but this one I shall take heed of...

Love the little illustration (should anyone not quite understand the message) and almost incorrect spelling of "DROWN"

Walk #11, from Osmotherly, along the Cleveland Way, along to the Cod Beck Reservoir, and finally back into the village. Roughly 5 miles, with some absolutely stunning shots across the Tees Valley.

The weather was pretty much perfect, an occasional black cloud would drift over, but there was no more than a few drops of rain for the full walk.

Wildlife was in abundance, with everything from rabbits to dogs wearing t-shirts. OK, the last one isn't wildlife, but you know what I mean.

I also heard my very first "Tawny Owl", though it was deep in woodland, so never got the chance to actually see it.

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Canon PowerShot A480
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2011:05:08 16:53:37
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osmotherley, north yorkshire, walk, graffiti, cod beck, reservoir
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I don't often take advice from a piece of graffiti, but this one I shall take heed of... Love the little illustration (should anyone not quite understand the message) and almost incorrect spelling of "DROWN" Walk #11, from Osmotherly, along the Cleveland Way, along to the Cod Beck Reservoir, and finally back into the village. Roughly 5 miles, with some absolutely stunning shots across the Tees Valley. The weather was pretty much perfect, an occasional black cloud would drift over, but there was no more than a few drops of rain for the full walk. Wildlife was in abundance, with everything from rabbits to dogs wearing t-shirts. OK, the last one isn't wildlife, but you know what I mean. I also heard my very first "Tawny Owl", though it was deep in woodland, so never got the chance to actually see it.

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