On weekends when Les had an extra day off they would enjoy three days' rambling
- with friends on Friday, with Loughborough CHA Rambling
Club on Saturday and with Nottingham ramblers on Sunday.
Just down the road, our local inn Is where our rambling
They called themselves Middlesbrough and District CHA and HF Rambling
Club and their organisation had been set up to celebrate the joys of fellowship and walking outdoors.
There are rambling
groups and walking opportunities all over the country and Ann's group takes in South Lanarkshire.
Rose Stevens - the 15-year-old appointed to the eco-role by the Assembly Government - teamed up with the Cardiff Rambling
Group after the Walk4Life day on Sunday, which saw people across the UK pounding the pavements to promote healthy living.
1 : to go aimlessly from place to place : wander <She spent a year rambling
around the country.>
Just three months into their relationship, they bought "eighteen acres of rambling
bush, a creek, a rainforest, a dilapidated cottage, a driveway, rusted old water talks, power poles and a magical rambling
garden alive with flowers and birds.
Particularly great are the rambling
monologues by Watt as he drives around town in his van, showing us the locales that play directly into the story of the band.
"To name a few," Koch says, "There is the massive, right-around 10 percent alcohol by volume, the ferocious malt and hop interplay, and the rambling
text on the back of the bottle which there is little reason to attempt to read."
The Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges just happen to spread apart right there below, as they straddle the rambling
East River and its fast ferries and cheery sailboats.
Violet Ellice was part of an 80-strong group from Coventry CHA Rambling
Club who were enjoying their annual winter walking holiday in the picturesque town of Llandudno.
A source revealed: "Ryan won't shut up about the Lakes and has joked that me might start his own Corrie rambling
Paul Williams, from Cheshire: We have a rambling
rose called 'Rambling
Rector' that climbs into an apple tree and out the other side.
Members of the Newcastle Rambling
Club are collecting their final Wish tokens from editions of the Chronicle, which this year has PS35,000 to split between worthy causes across the region.
I talk about what I see, and whinge a lot but it's all done with a humorous bent." * Rambling