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Boots, again... by Nick Hopton
Hello All, The walk I did yesterday is pretty typical of what I do. The Berkshire Downs, Lambourn - Wayland's Smithy - Uffington Castle - Lambourn, about 25 km in all. It was raining and very wet underfoot and after walking through grass, mud, chalk slurry, et cetera for about an hour my...
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December 14th 03 09:37 PM
by Paul Rooney Go to last post
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Suggestions for cheap channel crossings for walkers by Kevin West
I have crossed the channel to walk in Europe a few times over the last year and am paying what i think is too high a price for the crossings. The ferry companies all charge the same price and it cost hundreds to go as a foot passenger for anything more than 10 days. Has anyone beat the system? Kev
December 14th 03 09:58 PM
by Paul Rooney Go to last post
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Seasonal - but nothing to do with walking by Norman
How to Cook the Christmas Turkey Step 1: Go buy a turkey Step 2: Take a drink of whiskey (scotch) OR JD Step 3: Put turkey in the oven Step 4: Take another 2 drinks of whiskey
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December 14th 03 11:23 PM
by Fran Go to last post
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speed cameras redux by Katherine
I just downloaded 51 unread messages from this group and 44 were on speed cameras!!!!! Hasn't that topic been beaten to death yet? Katherine
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December 14th 03 11:48 PM
by Nick Kew Go to last post
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Track logs by Mike Mason
I think this has been covered before but I can't rind it. If I have a gps, which I've used to log a walk and someone asks for the track data how do I convert that data into something that is readable by a specific application. eg Went for a walk this Saturday, (Coledale round minus Grasmore) and...
December 15th 03 12:07 PM
by Mike Clark Go to last post
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Plotting a walk into a GPS by Daryl
Hi, I'm planning to buy a GPS very shortly and wondered how easy it is to plot a walk into the machine (the Garmin Geko 201 is the one I'll probably buy). I have a few OS maps and some Pathfinder walk books. How easy is it to enter waymarks using Grid References. I understand that PDFs use...
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December 15th 03 07:23 PM
by Martin Richardson Go to last post
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Low Level Walks from Linn of Dee by Clive
I'm getting fit again after breaking both legs about 8 months ago. I've got 14 days holiday based in Braemar over Christmas. I'm looking for a few low level/easy walks - maybe starting off at Linn of Dee. Any recommendations? Thanks Clive
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December 15th 03 10:24 PM
by Chris Street Go to last post
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Very Short TR by Paul Saunders
Had my first go on a climbing wall today, two ascents up a 60 foot wall. First time I've ever used rope and harness. It was kinda fun. Didn't feel as good as real rock though. Paul -- The October Project 2003 -...
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December 15th 03 10:47 PM
by Paul Saunders Go to last post
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etrex summit - interface cable by Shaun Woodward
I have a problem.My computer does not have a COM1 port, only spare USB ports, printer ( 25 pin ), and 6 pin i LINK tm port are available. How can I connect my gps to my pc? Any bright ideas anyone ,please. Shaun Woodward
December 15th 03 10:58 PM
by Chris Eilbeck Go to last post
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digital cameras: recommended batts & charger by www.holiday-spain.biz
Go To Jessops - can't go far wrong there. They do sell their own make with a charger that can plug into the car fag lighter - this is very worthwhile I think -- Fantastic Self Catering Accommodation in the mountains of Andalucia. Visit www.holiday-spain.biz
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December 16th 03 12:30 PM
by Chris Townsend Go to last post
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Walking in Andalucia by Self Catering Accommodation in Spain - www.holiday
Our new Apartment is available for Holiday rental in Cortes de La Frontera, a lovely Spanish Village in the mountains of Andalucia. This area is well known for the wonderful walking Opportunities. Visit www.holiday-spain.biz for information Angus -- Fantastic Self Catering Accommodation in the...
December 16th 03 09:38 PM
by Jim Go to last post
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walking by [email protected]
I can't walk
December 17th 03 12:49 AM
by Tim Jackson Go to last post
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Home Dehydrating by Jay Russell
Hi, Does anyone out there have any experience of using a food dehydrator (like the ezidri or similar) Are they any good? Can you make something like a bolognaise or a chilli and dry that?
December 17th 03 11:31 AM
by manfromkent Go to last post
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Spurn Point by Mike the caver
Hi all Is it possible to reach the tip of Spurn Point..by bycycle Mike Pull out the "STOP" to reply by email
December 17th 03 03:23 PM
by CB Go to last post
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Hoogstraten freed. by Chris Street
http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_845267.html Nuts.
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December 17th 03 05:07 PM
by Blippie Go to last post
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Day of Little Shadows by KRO
Lucky you Stuart! Done the round of Coire Ardair today in cloud, mist and rain. Great walk from Carn Liath to Stob Poite Coire Ardair, the Window was no problem and frozen ice fields on the flat, (I presume) normally boggy top of Creag Meagaidh. I abandoned plans to descend via Sron a' Ghoire in...
December 17th 03 08:03 PM
by KRO Go to last post
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Hoogstraten: Armed guard for trial judge and lawyers by Tim Jackson
Armed police are protecting the judge and several lawyers involved in prosecuting the property tycoon Nicholas van Hoogstraten for manslaughter. http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/legal/story.jsp?story=473994 -- Tim Jackson (Change '.invalid' to '.co.uk' to reply...
December 17th 03 08:05 PM
by Tim Jackson Go to last post
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Bob Scott's by Duncan Gray
Sad news on the BBC news today, as reported in "Mountain Days and Bothy Nights", it was burned to the ground previously. Time for another Phoenix act. Bothy destroyed in fire A mountain bothy near Braemar has been completely destroyed after two hillwalkers accidentally set it on fire. The men...
December 17th 03 08:35 PM
by CB Go to last post
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Walking with a GPS in France... by Nick Hopton
I see that recent IGN 1:25,000 maps are 'GPS Compatible'. Can someone point me towards any information about the GPS grid system used in France and how I would have to set up the Geko to use the grid? BTW, I see that unlike the OS the IGN do all of their 1:25,000 mapping on CD-ROM, two CDs per...
December 17th 03 10:42 PM
by Pierre Lavaurs Go to last post
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walking in Scotland by [email protected]
Can anyone tell me the best place to go hillwalking in Scotland? Kirsty Halley
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December 17th 03 11:56 PM
by Fran Go to last post
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