Monday, 12 August 2013

Turner Landscape fell race – 12 August

An English Championship counter on only the third running of this race and the biggest field, by far. This is one of a handful of races I marshal on each year – somebody has to and it is great way to “give something back” to a sport and a community I love. This race is a bit special because it is heavily supported by people who live in the valley and I think this adds to the atmosphere of the race. Joss was marshalling too and while he managed down for the prize giving I was still at the Dow Crag check point. The race starts and finishes at Turner Hall Farm and there are reminders everywhere that this is, very much, a working farm.

20130810_001_duddon-2-EditTurner Hall Farm

20130810_002_duddon-4-EditPreparing the cake stall

20130810_005_duddon-12-EditCake stall in action

 

20130810_003_duddon-10-EditChecking the route details (1)

 

 

20130810_004_duddon-11-EditChecking the route details (2)

20130810_006_duddon-27-EditFrom Dow Crag to the west

20130810_007_duddon-28-EditThe Scafells and more from Dow Crag

20130810_008_duddon-32-EditTowards Swirl How

20130810_009_duddon-37-EditSimon & Rob leave Dow Crag checkpoint

20130810_010_duddon-38-EditSimon & Rob with the rest of the route in view

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