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cybers

Windy Hause - Northumberland

Took a wee dawdle across the live ranges of Northumberland but mainly just Windy Hause on Sunday to avoid the football nonsense.
Radio killers were still operational and the GPS was intermittent at best, It sometimes thought we were five miles further east than we
actually were which was a bit of a worry trying to relocate the car.


Windy Hause (58) by David Laurie, on Flickr

Windy Hause (37) by David Laurie, on Flickr

Windy Hause (13) by David Laurie, on Flickr

Windy Hause (31) by David Laurie, on Flickr

Windy Hause (54) by David Laurie, on Flickr

Windy Hause (50) by David Laurie, on Flickr

Windy Hause (43) by David Laurie, on Flickr

Windy Hause (57) by David Laurie, on Flickr

Windy Hause (38) by David Laurie, on Flickr

While we were there a sheep must have disturbed a round as it kinda just went up in a cloud of red about half a mile away from where we were.
Sorta reminds you to watch where you put yir size nines  

More images including the sheep in the usual place.
fastnet

Never heard of this place mate but it looks very interesting.

But you kind of put the shitters up me with visiting the place though with that sheep story...  

Love the pics though.
cybers

Erm you have to fracture a few laws to get out onto Windy Hause and as it Hengurland there is a law of trespass. Though whether that would be civil or military I dunno lol.

It's the second time I have seen a detonation on the site first one was a lot closer than the sheep about 4 years ago It was a coo that time... It was raining steaks and my missus almost got whacked with a hoof.

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