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Midge bite relief by Fran
Gordon said... Fran wrote Julie Meikle said... Bought some Anthisan cream, seems to help a bit, but I'm still itchy....probably cos I've scratched at them already! I was once advised to use my own saliva on insect bites, and it seemed to work. This...
July 5th 03 05:33 PM
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Google..... by Stuart
Chris Street wrote in message ... Pull up www.google.co.uk Now enter, noting the case weapons of mass destruction and click I'm feeling lucky.
July 5th 03 04:02 PM
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Baby Carrier? by Fran
Sue & Bob Hobden said... It has to be a Backpack or something similar after she outgrows the front carrier, but that will do for the first 6 months anyway and then we are into winter and Mum might just change her mind about walking then. :-) A backpack for under 2s is a wonderful idea, as...
July 5th 03 03:47 PM
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Holiday! by Bernie Hughes
I'm off to Skye for a week. Couldn't resist sharing that. Enjoy work next week... -- Bernie Get back on the wagon to reply..
July 5th 03 11:40 AM
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Do gay priests have a role in the Church? by Al Green
Read the first chapter of St. Paul's letter to the Romans beginning at the 18th verse through the end of the chapter. Gays have absolutely NO chance of being with God in the afterlife. St. Paul teaches us that God abandons those men who lie with men and women who do likewise with other women. How...
July 5th 03 05:13 AM
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Changes, nothing changes...not really. by Kráftéé
There you lot go again...mistaking ****e for an idea and manual evacuation of the rectum as thinking. You lot in this newsgroup aren't alone in this. It pervades all of the uk.local NG's! I at first thought that contributors were producing mindless rubbish purely because most of their...
July 5th 03 04:43 AM
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Saunders Fell Trek???????? by Antony
Anybody out there got any experience of the Saunders Fell Trek? It looks OK at the price for general back pack use. I want a reasonably light tent and room to accommodate 2 with packs with enough space to sit around in foul weather for a while. Does it fit the bill? TIA Antony
July 3rd 03 10:37 PM
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Bulls in fields (Long) by Robin shillito
Irish Murdoch wrote in message ... I've just got back from one of my favourite walking places: Warton Crag in North Lancashire. At one point of the walk, however, I was forced, and not for the first time, to...
July 3rd 03 09:26 PM
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Northern 3 Skye Munros and Tops by Graham Ingram
(Graham Ingram) wrote: Glad you had a good one, I was shopping :-( That is what late night opening is for ... I know that ( but obviously not wife and daughter ) I also work down south for great parts of the week ! Aim is for the Fisherfield 6, plus...
July 3rd 03 08:29 PM
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Distance walking sandals? by Jim
I have used a pair of middle of the range Merrells for years. Everything from crossing glaciers, trekking in Nepal and easy rock climbs. Seem to have lasted and have enough straps to crank them up tight when the going gets tough!!!! Jim deBank SEASONALLYUNADJUSTED Holidays in Andalucia,...
July 2nd 03 07:44 PM
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Distance walking sandals? by Simon Caldwell
On Tue, 01 Jul 2003 16:02:45 GMT, Goldhammer wrote: I don't like Tevas. They feel flimsy, like cheap plastic pool-sandals. My first pair lasted about 8 years or regular use in the British hills and even for Alpine approaches.
July 2nd 03 03:21 AM
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Distance walking sandals? by John
wrote:I have more in mind Caterpillars. I know a fellow who has put his pair through hell for 2 years and they're still fine. Wonder which model, they had a few listed I think. John
July 1st 03 07:53 PM
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Distance walking sandals? by John
I have more in mind Caterpillars. I know a fellow who has put his pair through hell for 2 years and they're still fine. Anyone here ever try them? Where are these found? I'm not familier with them. John, sorry i snipped the header
July 1st 03 07:08 PM
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