Ready for a trip down the time tunnel?
PS - want to join in? Just post a retro pic of you and yours in the Facebook group on a Thursday including the hashtag #ThrowbackThursday.
Sharon Phillips: My husband's great aunt in the Lakes in the 1930s. It was certainly different in those days!
Annie Berwick Cowen:
"When you’re the only girl ... 3 brothers, 4 male cousins and family friends with all boys too 😩. Rainster Rocks, Peak District 1973ish. My knees haven’t changed!"
Tasha Leigh-Willetts: back to 1991 and me doing my DofE award. You can probably tell by my face I was a big fan of walking back then!
Brian Stalker: camping in Heidelberg in 1972 (who is that wild grizzly looking fat guy?) And today in Eskdale.
My parents in North Wales in 1936, I was born 2 years later. The climbing rope became mooring ropes when they bought a canal boat in 1952. Mum's trousers she had specially made, women wore skirts of course. Fully nailed boots weighed a ton!
April 1963 I think, my 10th birthday. I’m 2nd left, back row. Stood by the side of our house in Bishop Auckland, County Durham. I love the “pop van” in the background. Certainly not walking attire for this one.
Penny Mead: Me with mum and brother at Folkestone 1971. Note the contrast between the length of my mum's and my dresses. She was quite the swinging 60s lady, while I'm pretending to be a hippie!
David Gregan first visit to Fontainbleau (summer 1980). These days walking is more than enough of a challenge!
Angela Madin: Not sure I enjoyed walking then by the look of it!
Namibia 1999. Volunteering with Raleigh International. On this phase we were actually studying the Desert adapted elephants. This was a rare occurrence for us Water we actually had a proper wash.