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He had scarcely the power of understanding anything that had passed, until, after a long ramble in the quiet evening air, a burst of tears came to his relief, and he seemed to awaken, all at once, to a full sense of the joyful change that had occurred, and the almost insupportable load of anguish which had been taken from his breast.
There is a kind of sleep that steals upon us sometimes, which, while it holds the body prisoner, does not free the mind from a sense of things about it, and enable it to ramble at its pleasure.
Matt Baker takes on an epic challenge on the hills of Dartmoor, Ellie Harrison heads to Wales's waterfall country, Adam Henson leads a mass ramble of thousands through Bristol, Anita Rani rambles along the white sands of Scotland's west coast, John Craven heads to Northern Ireland and the picturesque Castlewellan Forest Park joined by a cast of hundreds on his accessible-to-all ramble.
The rambles took place earlier this month and will be broadcast in a special extended edition of the show the Countryfile Ramble for BBC Children in Need on BBC One, 6pm this Sunday, October 29.
KHLOE Kardashian has revealed she was banned from giving a speech at sister Kim's wedding because she rambles too much.
Members have enjoyed walks locally and further afield, coach rambles, Youth Hostel weekends and five-day holidays.
MUCH as I enjoy the regular Friday rambling feature of EJS he would appear to take his rambles through some secret paradise, which unfortunately is unknown to me, where the bridle paths, if not always straight and narrow, are at least there.
Theatre/cinema outings, coach trips, crown green bowling, monthly rambles and an afternoon tea club.
This year the festival rambles through stories and the landscape weaving the roots and branches of the old folk tales of Wales with the landscape, the people, the songs and the storytellers.
THE man who guided generations of Telegraph readers on country rambles took his own last journey yesterday.
The series ends in September with rambles at Dinorwig, Llanberis and the Holyhead Breakwater Country Park Mr Hughes said: "For those who previously showed an interest in the boat trip around Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) to view the wildlife, we are pleased to announce we'll be laying on further trips this summer, with a new fully wheelchair accessible boat from Pwllheli.
WELL, it's the start of 2010 but, as expected, C Harrison of Ingoe rambles on where he left off (Voice of the North, January 6).