Armistice Day

Today was all about Armistice day, along with two friends from a group of great people who have walked with me on many of our challenges over the years and had some great mountain moments, we set upon walking to the Memorial stone dedicated to the memory of the crew that crashed on the mountain during the second world war. Here is a link to the pages that tell the story better than I ever could http://www.303rdbg.com/427pratt.html .

So after my enforced lay off from the hills for the past few months it was great to be back properly, if a little tiring but a great day and great company on a very special day.

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15 thoughts on “Armistice Day

  1. What tremendous shots…I can’t think of a better way to honor the Pratt servicemen than walking to the spot where they gave their lives for ours.
    thank you for the link: I hope everyone who reads this moving post takes a moment to click it.

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