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OT 1 in 5 Births in England are to Women Born Abroad. by Keitht
Just zis Guy, you know? wrote: On Jun 26, 9:22 am, "Love Bigots, Hate Foreigners" wrote: More than one in five of children born in Britain in 2007 had a mother born overseas – a total of 160,300 compared with 529,700 for British- born mothers. Just as...
June 26th 09 02:03 PM
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Stove Spares by Bill[_3_]
"Jell" wrote in message ... Does anyone know where I could buy an igniter for a Kovea Titanium gas stove? (Or a Markill Peak Ignition - same stove, different branding). It's a great little stove, but...
June 25th 09 07:48 PM
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Fatal Cow Attack by sandy saunders
Sadly, a woman walking her dogs on the Pennine Way as been killed by an herd of cows/calves .... see http://news.uk.msn.com/uk/article.aspx?cp-documentid=148116077 Three times in the last few weeks I have been threatened by young cows, and not walking with a dog either. In the first episode I...
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June 25th 09 09:41 AM
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Another cow attack by Jhimmy
Another cow attack. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/somerset/8114658.stm Jhimmy
June 23rd 09 11:49 PM
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Map Programme by PeterC
Came across a free map proggy, not sure if it'd be of any use, was about to d/l it and noticed that it needed .NET 3.5! I'm reluctant to install 3.5 because it's lobody ginormous! Anyway, the programme is at: http://www.okmap.it/index_file/en_features.htm If anybody would like to try it and see...
June 23rd 09 10:37 PM
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Wilderness Wales 2.0 is online! by Paul Saunders
After years of promising this, I've finally redesigned my website. I uploaded it at midnight last night, to coincide (roughly) with the 10th anniversary of my site. It was first published on 20th May 1999, so this seemed an appropriate time for a complete redesign. I chose to publish it at...
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June 23rd 09 04:26 PM
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Tryfan (North face) and Bristly Ridge by sandy saunders
If anyone is interested, last week we hiked over Tryfan (North face) and Bristly Ridge (fantastic moring of scrambling). We then turned left to Capel Curig and then walked back on a path to the car park near the base of Tryfan. Cheers Adrian, great set of photos, and what cracking...
June 22nd 09 03:41 PM
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Cheese for Backpacking by Chris Townsend
In message , mr p writes I've been reading the Backpackers Handbook by Chris Townsend on and off for a year or so, as recomended here. One thing that interests me is that he mentions cheese quite...
June 22nd 09 10:47 AM
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Hill names and songs by Martin Richardson
Not sure if we have played this game before - however, how about hill names that remind you of a song. Extra points if you can claim to have sung the sung (at least partly) on the summit. First entry for the list is: The Tubes' 1975 smash hit - White Punks on Dope = Whitehope Law Don't...
June 21st 09 08:20 PM
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Tryfan (North face) and Bristly Ridge by Alan White
On Sat, 20 Jun 2009 04:10:54 -0700 (PDT), Adrian wrote: If anyone is interested, last week we hiked over Tryfan (North face) and Bristly Ridge (fantastic moring of scrambling). Memories, memories... I first did that in April 1959 with two college friends, sleeping in a...
June 21st 09 10:37 AM
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Wainwright guides alert by Syke[_2_]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wainwright-Anniversary-Boxed-Pictorial-Guides/dp/0711224617/ref=pe_14181_15751831_as_img_9/ Regards Pat Macguire
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June 20th 09 05:24 PM
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Cheese for Backpacking by Peter Clinch
mr p wrote: One thing that interests me is that he mentions cheese quite often. Obviously cheese is a good soruce of protein and energy and tastes nice and is versitile , however I was wandering if it really lasts in a back pack for multi day hike ? In Norway, summer or winter, we travel...
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June 20th 09 09:10 AM
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OT - Rugged PDA by Gerald
Off topic but probably more likely to get a sensible answer here. I am looking for a rugged PDA at a reasonable price to use for navigation in the hills so built in GPS preferable as easier to keep waterproof.. Has anyone come accross anything affordable in this type of thing. The circa £750 I...
June 19th 09 09:38 PM
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Walking DVDs by Owen Thomas
I have found two walking DVDs featuring Snowdon and The Pembrokeshire Coast Path at www.explorervideo.co.uk
June 18th 09 06:07 PM
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Ramblers Scotland & Wales under threat by Chris Townsend
Ramblers UK, who seem most concerned with urban walking in SE England, are threatening to cut financial support for Ramblers Scotland and Ramblers Wales, two of the most effective parts of the organisation. Ramblers Scotland has launched an appeal for funds on the Ramblers...
June 18th 09 03:20 PM
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ukcampsite.co.uk forum is censored by Zinc Potterman
Apologies for re-post but I am trying to get the moderator to talk to me and this would appear to be my only way. Still trying to get over it OG -- zincnews at tiscali.co.uk To reply to address don't click. Cut and paste, change at to @ symbol then delete...
June 15th 09 08:36 PM
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Walking with Ice creams by Nick
john wrote: 1) Should a properly sealed flask (especially one that was chilled in the freezer prior to sealing) be able to keep ice creams frozen for 6 hours? I have tried putting ice creams in a bag of ice - it was not a success and I reckon that ice cream needs to be significantly below...
June 15th 09 01:15 PM
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New GOML horror by Gordon[_5_]
"Nick" wrote in message ... On 12 June, 22:18, Nick Hopton wrote: Found on a stile while out walking today in South Oxfordshi http://confound.me/walks/bomb.jpg A bit...
June 14th 09 06:08 PM
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Cheese for Backpacking by John Hee
Cheese is great, but forget anything exotic I personally use the mini Baby-Bels, which always unwrap fresh and ready to eat. Very easy to buy wherever you happen to be. I've also taken a hunk of edam in the past I think its something to do being with an oil based (?) rather than milk based...
June 14th 09 09:28 AM
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Hafod Eryri - Any Visitors Yet? by Ron Wood
Subject says it all really.
June 13th 09 03:07 PM
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