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    Suggestions please.

    It can be North, South, East or West Yorkshire, or anywhere even a bit further out, just had to be a massive patch of grass, like a field, where not many people go.

    It doesn't have to be flat, it can be hilly, etc, just need some recommendations.

    Atm i'm thinking some in York...

    Anywhere else? Something like this...

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    To live or visit?

    Harrogate is a pretty large town with this in the middle:
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    Ilkley/Ben Rhydding has the Cow and Calf:
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    Or what? I mean, really, what do you need?
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    (Original post by mikeyd85)
    To live or visit?

    Harrogate is a pretty large town with this in the middle:
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    Ilkley/Ben Rhydding has the Cow and Calf:
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    Or what? I mean, really, what do you need?
    Visit. Have a picnic. Quiet day alone, etc.

    The Harrogate place looks pretty decent.

    Thanks.
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    (Original post by -beads-)
    Visit. Have a picnic. Quiet day alone, etc.

    The Harrogate place looks pretty decent.

    Thanks.
    If you want quiet, I'd go out of Harrogate to the proper countryside - The Stray can get pretty busy during peak months. Saying that, it won't be this time of year but then it's got a clay undersoil, so it's just mud atm.

    There are loads of places you can go though. TBH, anywhere between Leeds and York on the train will pretty much be a winner. If you've a car, there are loads and loads of places. :yep:
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    (Original post by mikeyd85)
    Ilkley/Ben Rhydding has the Cow and Calf:
    I live in Ben Rhydding ~ I can see the cow and calf from the window as I am typing this :proud:

    Also, Ilkley > Harrogate
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    A lot of people visit the Museum Gardens in York's city centre but they're really gorgeous. Right next to the river as well.

    I wouldn't recommend a picnic in Yorkshire right now though... it's drizzly and bloody freezing! In York it is at least.
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    North York moors! now that is seriously deserted open space
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    You cant go wrong with:

    Helmsly, Patley bridge, Pickering to be honest there is so many places.

    The stray in harrogates all mud when its wet.
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    (Original post by -beads-)
    Suggestions please.

    It can be North, South, East or West Yorkshire, or anywhere even a bit further out, just had to be a massive patch of grass, like a field, where not many people go.

    It doesn't have to be flat, it can be hilly, etc, just need some recommendations.

    Atm i'm thinking some in York...

    Anywhere else? Something like this...

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    who are you going to shag?
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    (Original post by che666)
    who are you going to shag?
    bjj, actually. xx
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    (Original post by -beads-)
    bjj, actually. xx
    thats a long way to go... why not the full whack LOL
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    (Original post by che666)
    thats a long way to go... why not the full whack LOL
    savin tha 4 special men like u.
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    (Original post by -beads-)
    savin tha 4 special men like u.
    wowser. i could be a 75 year old on a student forum or do you like your men mature
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    (Original post by che666)
    wowser. i could be a 75 year old on a student forum or do you like your men mature
    age is just a number.

    i like people with neg rep.
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    (Original post by -beads-)
    age is just a number.

    i like people with neg rep.
    Sometimes and why do you like them? Do you think they're bad?
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    (Original post by che666)
    Sometimes and why do you like them? Do you think they're bad?
    nah, they just tend to have bigger...
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    (Original post by -beads-)
    nah, they just tend to have bigger...
    bigger what?? LOL PM me
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    bigger what?? LOL PM me
    busi. u pm me. xx
 
 
 
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