(North -Western Athens)

Run 1472 (Sunday 2nd April 2006)

Hare: All Day Sucker

Photographer: Mad Dog

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Spring has the tortoises emerging from hibernation
(not to mention the hashers)


  Panoramic view of the start - see the hashers to the right

Bouboulina picks some unusual flowers

The walkers set off. Note the white camomile flowers
in the grass to the right.

Kum Kwik, Hamish & Bouboulina

Mad Dog, Hamish & Bouboulina

Stop for a breather and some photos



Mountain flowers

Panoramic View from Mount Parnitha after gaining some altitude

Path through the woods along the side of the gorge

The gorge is straight ahead

Panoramic view

Waterfall pours its water into the gorge

Tunnel through the bushes

Panoramic view of woodland and river bed

Crossing a brook

Relaxing by another brook


Panoramic view looking towards Athens

Obstacles on the path

Hello, hello! A small lizard on the path

A lizard in the hand is worth ...

A lizard on the hand ??

More little friends (stinging variety)

A close-up of the Boeing 707

Prepare for takeoff (after some minor repairs)

Bar's open! Anyone for a drink?



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                                                                            MD Feb. 2006

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