Day 301…..Green Laning part deux

Drewster on his Defender
Assembly point below Corfe Castle, Dorset
Drewster crossing the Morton Ford

Experiencing hidden Dorset in the rough so to speak was a magical experience, we had the most perfect weather even though it was sub zero temperatures. We set off real early and travelled 100 miles of byways, tracks, crossing farmers fields and full flood rivers – all with permission. It was quite an organised event one that happens very infrequently – this was only the second one in 4 years.

Pictured is Drewster our tailman, winchman and hero of the day (when we got stuck once) who looked after our small group of six. We all enjoyed ourselves immensly, the weather did its bit by showing Dorset off in its finest autumnal glory and there was so much emphasis on thorough planning to ensure that things went as smoothly as possible.

There were only a couple of casualties, not in our group tho! And most of all , money was raised for a wonderful charity. Apparently there’s still a bit more money to come in and at present Landyzone has managed to raise a fantastic £1050 for Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Going orf to save for a Defender – I am addicted!

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