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Roaches today. Parking

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 mark s 21 Mar 2020

I drove past the roaches today.

Rammed doesnt even explain it. 

I didnt stop as in leek there are no cases of covid so i am not chancing it with people from out of the area. I went a quiet spot instead.was too windy to climb anyway. 

The ticket man must have got 100 plus cars.

Who got caught then?

In reply to mark s:

I agree, some of the parking was ridiculous, as bad as I’ve ever seen it.  Ended up with the road blocked with a wagon stuck in the ditch because of people parked all along the other side.  I didn’t stop either.

In reply to mark s:

> I drove past the roaches today.

> Rammed doesnt even explain it. 

> I didnt stop as in leek there are no cases of covid so i am not chancing it with people from out of the area. I went a quiet spot instead.was too windy to climb anyway. 

> The ticket man must have got 100 plus cars.

> Who got caught then?

With a ticket or the virus? 

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 Stig 21 Mar 2020
In reply to Dave Garnett:

Same on Kinder apparently. Edale, etc. We only went out for a short walk from home on the edge of the Peak but I've never seen so many people out and that includes other similar sunny spring days after prolonged bad weather. Golf courses were rammed.

The exercise equivalent of panic buying I guess.


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