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The smurfs average daily routine is attempting to avoid Gargomel, an evil man who wants to kill our little blue friends. Disney's fun-loving chipmunks are re-imagined as the leaders of a team of pint-sized crime-fighters, rounding out the team are two mice, Gadget Hackwrench and Monterey Jack and Zipper, a fly. The Rescue Rangers is one of those rare children's programs that actually gets better as the viewer gets older. The writing is clever, the characters are easily likeable, and the capers the furry heros solve are delightfully absurd.

Movie fans will also find parodies of films like The Fly and The African Queen as well as numerous pop references. The surprisingly three-dimentional heros are best part. Chip is dutiful, quick-witted, and resourceful.

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Of course, this means he often plays the straight-man for the others' antics. Dale, in many ways, is Chip's antithesis. He's fun-lovng and goofy, and he has a penchant for playing practical jokes. Gadget is about the most atypical female character in all of cartoons. She's an absent-minded if brilliant mechanic who tends to solve most of the team's more urgent problems with her lever, unusual, and often dangerous inventions.

Monterey Jack is an adventureous Aussie with a love for brawling and an even greater love for cheese. The really cool thing about Monterey is that he can both be a leader like Chip and a joker like Dale. Monterey's "little pally" Zipper rounds out the team as the courageous and surprisingly strong musca domestica. Start your free trial. Top-Rated Episodes S2. Error: please try again. My TV shows and series. How Much Have You Seen? How many episodes of Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers have you seen? Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin.

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What is the walk like?

TaleSpin — Nothing can be kept secret for too long. News travels fast. Ashley Underwood and Emmet O'Malley are set to tie the knot, when a revelation from the handsome Irishman's past returns to haunt him. The town's resident nosey-parker discovers some juicy gossip about the primary school's dishy new staff-member, and head teacher Elisabeth Stirling has a very special secret of her own. As the wedding day draws closer, brewing secrets threaten to boil over.

But along with the skeletons tumbling out of the closet comes plenty of laughter, drama, friendship and love. One thing's for sure: for some, life in Barton-in-the-Dale will never be the same again. Three charming, funny and warm-hearted novels from the bestselling author of the Dales series. No one can understand why the head of a big inner city school would want to come to sleepy little Barton-in-the-Dale, to a primary with more problems than school dinners.

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And that's not even counting the challenges the mysterious Elisabeth herself will face: a bitter former head teacher, a grumpy caretaker and a duplicitous chair of governors, to name but a few. Then there's the gossip. After all, a woman who would wear red shoes to an interview is obviously capable of anything. Trouble at the Little Village SchoolElisabeth Devine certainly rocked the boat when she arrived in Barton-in-the-Dale to take over as head teacher of the little primary school. Now it's a new term, and after winning over the wary locals, she can finally settle in to her role.

Or so she thinks. The School Inspector Calls!

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Summer has arrived in Barton-in-the-Dale and as a new term begins at the little primary school, it's not just the warm weather that's getting people hot under the collar. The fourth Little Village School novel. Love is in the air in the little village of Barton-in-the-Dale. They've just got to admit it to themselves. But as the saying goes, the course of true love never did run smooth. While romance blossoms on one side of the village, an angry young boy struggles to believe in love.

But when tragedy strikes, he learns that comfort and care can come from the most unexpected of places. Meanwhile, head teacher Elisabeth Stirling faces a new challenge for the start of the school year. An eccentric teacher joins the staff, and there's also a worrying case of potential negligence to answer. In the village too, a puritanical new vicar stirs up trouble.

William — There have been some small changes.

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Hi just wanted to let anyone know that on the Sedbergh to Burneside stretch day 5. There was what we thought no where to stop for light refreshments. Then like an oasis appears Half Island House, Just under the Lowgill Viaduct offering hot and cold drinks homemade scones with cream and strawberries, plus light savoury snacks, and the option to use the loo. A godsend. I am doing this walk in august and going straight onto doing the Windermere Way. Do you have a gpx file for the Windermere Way by any chance please?

Mainly just incase I get lost. Would this be possible and if so, could you suggest an itinerary? Hi, Many thanks for the useful info on this site. I have the option of leaving the car at Ilkley, doing the walk and returning from Windermere by public transport. Alternatively, driving to Windermere, leaving the car there, heading back to Ilkley by public transport and doing the walk back to the car.

Then I would have the car in Windermere to allow more exploration of the Lake District with car. Either way, please does anyone know a good, safe place I could park my car for the duration ideally free or economical parking? Also any info on public transport options in either direction.

How long would you suggest it takes at a reasonable pace and any pointers to make it more half day time? Thanks, Amy.

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Amy — I believe when I did it, I started around and was done by — and that was with some dawdling and a couple of planned detours along the way. My wife and I are wondering if we could walk the Dales Way; we are each between 75 and 80 but reasonably fit and experienced. Did the Cotswold Way in 16 days. Plan to allow a month with frequent rest days and use up to four bases along the way hiring cottages and two cars. Would we be able to average 6 miles per day in general? If there are tricky sections would we be able to find easier alternatives?

None of them are massively tricky or difficult. A lot of the trail involves walking alongside rivers or through farmland. The only stretch I would be wary of is that from Yockenthwaite to Gearstones and Gearstones to Dent both of which have little opportunity to break the trip as they are across fairly remote areas.

I am planning on walking the Dalesway with my dog in a couple of weeks.

I am struggling to find dog friendly places to stay along the route. Can you recommend anywhere? I can see camping would be an option, but trying to avoid carrying a heavy load.

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  6. Planning on doing the Dales Way on the 1st o f April with my Akita, does anyone know the grid ref of low barn ,Patton its a camping place, cheers, for the life of me I cannot see it on any maps, just wondering if anyone has stayed there. Booked into both locations, Be safe good walking. Regards Welsh walker. Hello I was planning to do the Pennine Way in July as my first long distance walk, solo but am now thinking of starting off with The Dales Way and doing the PW next year.

    Any views? The Pennine Way is perhaps a bit hardcore at times as a first walk, but is still worth doing. Thank you Andrew. Thanks for the advice. I will do the Dales Way and work up to the PW. Any suggestions as to cheap free parking close to the start of the walk! Many thanks Vicky. Hello Vicky. Only problem you have is getting a train back to Ilkley which has 5 changes. We are planning to walk The Dales Way next summer and wonder if you know which direction is best to walk concerning where the wind comes from.

    Everything we have read is from Ilkley to Windermere, even the new book from Trailblazer. The author, though, writes that it is better to walk the other direction due to the fact that the winds are coming from west.