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Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales3 May 2008
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Resting atop Pen-Y-Fan, highest point in the Brecon Beacons

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Digging new drainage ditches along footpath

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National Trust warden spreading grass seed in the new ditches

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View south down valley from top of Pen Y Fan

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Looking down on Cribyn from the blustery peak of Pen Y Fan

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National Trust training on the essential conservation skill of 'leaning on a spade and chatting'

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Tea cosy - de rigeur in the Beacons

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Lunchbreak

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Beacons Way - worn deep and wide by many feet and lots of water

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Rob Reith - National Trust Access Warden for Brecon Beacons NP

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Descent back down from worksite to basecamp

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Where's Renaud......?

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Naomi flipping lamburgers on the barbecue back at basecamp

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Grass-seeding to help bind the thin soil

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Human JCBs! - digging out drainage ditch and backfilling spoil on to the trail