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Date & Time: Saturday 9th August 2008. 3 pm visit.
Location of Start : Grayrigg on the Kendal to Tebay Road, Cumbria, Uk. ( SD 569 968 )
Places visited : Kapellan Animal Rescue Centre
With : 18 members and friends of the Online fell Walking Club (OFC)
Weather : Wet, wet, wet.
Thanks to the ' Boss ,' Peter Burgess, Founder Member of the OFC
who organised today's presentation.
Six of the members went on a very wet walk around the Wasdale Circuit in the far Eastern Fells before meeting up with a dozen more members and friends at Kapellan Animal Rescue Centre.
Kapellan was founded by the late Alfred Wainwright from the proceeds of his well loved Guide books of the Lake District.
We meet in the foyer of the Centre - Peter, Steve, James, John and Lorraine.
Mark and one of the staff, Mel, who would show us around the Centre.
The older, outdoor cattery.
John talks to a very friendly Springer Spaniel in the dog kennels.
They succeed in re-homing all the dogs and cats that come into their care.
The indoor cattery that we had just visited was only opened last week and, hopefully our contribution, will help them continue their work.
Peter presents our cheque to Hayley. The money was raised from the profits from the 'Lost Sheep', the OFC magazine.
Group photo outside the Centre.
We adjourned to the Cross Keys Inn at Tebay for refreshments.
Peter takes a quick look at the new edition of Mark's fellwalking book.
John, James and Jo enjoying a chat, with Peter's Dad Brian on the table to the left.
Steve shows Simon and Beth photos from the walk they all enjoyed (apparently !) earlier in the day.
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Technical note: Pictures taken with Ann's Ixus 75 Digital camera.
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Previous walk - 6th August 2008 A damp Dent and Flat Fell
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