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Ruislip Common, England
England

Ruislip Common used to be, like any common, a trackt of land that was jointly used by the residents of the Ruislip community. It is now the starting point of many hikes and located just next to the Ruislip Lido. The Ruislip council has some longhorn cattle grazing on the common again which highly improved the area at once.

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Tags: cows; forrest; beach; hike; hiking; cattle
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