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No photos available, I am afraid, but Ruth and I went to look for gooseberries on Tuesday. There shou‍ld be some photos on that link. We also bought some honey from (we think) Mrs Nellist whose husband holds the gooseberry record.
I couldn't have taken a camera because the trip involved walking from Sleights (pronounced to rhyme with heights) to Aislaby (pronounced Ay′zel-by) up Featherbed Lane. I cannot imagine a more inappropriate description for a footpath.
 
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For those of you who don't know,, gooseberries are delicious. I was unaware of this contest though
 
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I love to carry a camera around. I have a sling pouch on me always when I go walking on any trails. I prefer to use a simple digital camera instead of a DSLR for the ease of handling. This "Third" person always accompanies me. As a matter of fact, I recently purchased a (nearly) 360 degree camera.
 
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