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how to work this. by E.Y.A -- F.T.S
anyone want to help me use these newsgroups? Reply to me asap.
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November 2nd 04 08:16 PM
by Peewiglet Go to last post
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Definition of a Mountain by toad
I can't find a good definition of a mountain anywhere. Probably because there isn't one. According to URW what makes a Hill a mountain? Is it 2000ft, 1000ft? I've heard 500m as a definition. Up to now AFAIC if it *feels* like a mountain then it is a mountain, is there a better perspective?
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February 7th 07 06:15 PM
by Simon Challands Go to last post
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TR - Mountain Hares at Bleaklow by Chris Gilbert
Pat Bennett wrote I then spent some time moving around quietly among the heather hummocks, with binoculars getting increasingly wet, with not a single hare to keep me company. Ah, that's because you were in the wrong place. We were up there on Wednesday and we saw five hares on the moorland...
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February 14th 04 10:07 PM
by W. D. Grey Go to last post
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Walking Hills by Steve
Do we walk hills for the personal satisfaction/ego at getting to a high place - or the simply whole natural environment/outooors/away from urban bustle experience. I welcome the views of the group..... Steve
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November 26th 04 09:47 PM
by Fran Go to last post
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Camera for walkers by W. D. Grey
If he who is not with us reads this, well........... Canon are bringing out a new camera a digital SLR the Canon 20D 8.2 Mpxls. Groan :-( -- Bill Grey http://www.billboy.co.uk
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September 25th 04 03:34 AM
by ste© Go to last post
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BBC Weather forecast by Nobody Here
Some months ago when the BBC started its new forecasting graphics there was a lot of debate on here complaining how bad it was, a sentiment that I largely agreed with at the time. However, I have to say that I've come to appreciate the new format now, and I prefer it to the old. It seems to give a...
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December 30th 05 01:35 AM
by Paul Saunders Go to last post
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First Aid by Richard Phillips
Hello all, What first aid items/kits do you all tend to carry? I've got a Lifesystems Trekker pack myself. Wondering if I should be carrying a more extensive kit than this? Cheers, R.
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March 16th 07 07:22 PM
by Mike Clark Go to last post
215 3,317
Where's everyone gone? by Paul Saunders
Is it just me or have there been only seven posts in the last three days? (Not including the one I just posted.) According to my records, I've only got 5 posts for Saturday, 1 for Sunday and 1 today. Is everyone else seeing the same or have I missed a huge bunch of messages somehow? Or are you...
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October 25th 08 12:26 AM
by AreJay Go to last post
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Cyclists and the Pennine Way by James Annan
Patrick Walker wrote: Under normal circumstances I have little problem with cyclists using public bridleways, and think the activity should be encouraged - I'm a keen cyclist myself. But I do think that an organised cycle race (or time trial) along a section of a well used (by walkers)...
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October 6th 03 12:30 PM
by James Annan Go to last post
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Calling all wlaking Chiropracters, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists and Doctors by Trevor
Possibly the most important (to me), posting I've ever made. A few years ago (2/3) I was happily walking 20-30 miles per day in mountainous terrain (I am 54). I have had a lower back problem since 30 when there was a sharp click which laid me out on the floor. Now I can only manage 8 miles (I...
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November 19th 07 05:26 PM
by Citizen Jimserac Go to last post
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tolls and parking charges by simon
I am starting to get alarmed at the costs of getting to the countryside by car. There is this feeling that I have that as a motorist I am fair game for any organization that wants to extract money for me under some guise or other. Is there a website somewhere that provides information on...
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November 29th 06 11:01 PM
by Alan Holmes Go to last post
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Brecons by Andrew Titley
Off up Cribin & Pen Y Fan this weekend, any hints/tips etc...? (have the EU reclassified the Brecon Beacons as islands?)
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November 20th 04 11:02 AM
by W. D. Grey Go to last post
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Victory for green lanes by Allan Gould
Grassington, 18 April, 2008. Eight ‘green lanes’ in the Yorkshire Dales National Park are to be closed to recreational motor vehicles. http://www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/section_news_detail.htm?id=14058
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May 22nd 08 01:51 AM
by Gordon H Go to last post
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TGO Winfarms? by Another group member
Hello, As a long time reader/subscriber to TGO magazine I am becoming more than a little alarmed at its self indulgent manner. The Editor seems to think that his view is everybodys view. The magazine is so far to the left that it must be meeting itself on the way back. Winfarms for example. What...
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May 24th 05 02:07 PM
by Rudi Winter Go to last post
200 1,638
Lost at Night by Phil Cook
On Sat, 01 Nov 2003 16:52:16 +0000, C L Imber wrote: On Tuesday we went out on expedition and an overnight camp in the Moelwyns. Been there, done that. We tried to backtrack to Foel Bothwell, but it was hopeless. We were lost.
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November 15th 03 04:41 PM
by Paul Saunders Go to last post
197 2,424
walking boots-- which are good? by john bently
Now i have retired I would like to start walking. Would anyone know of a good place to see some *critical* reviews of the different walking boots available please? Apparently the last consumers association review was done way back in april 2006. Or would anyone know of some boots (preferably...
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April 21st 10 05:02 PM
by SMS Go to last post
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"Competition" - Where's Brian? by Brian
While storing some stuff up the loft, I found some old photographs which I must have taken many many years ago. But I don't know where it is! So, for a bit of a fun competition, who can name where I am? http://b_innes.tripod.com/whereami.html --
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June 8th 04 09:32 PM
by RJ Webb Go to last post
186 5,354
Walking with Poles by Amanda
At the end of the summer I will be doing the Lyke Wake Walk, which is a 40 mile walk across the Yorkshire Moors. Never having walked that far in one go I am looking into the training and equipment very carefully. I have some fabulous boots and have just bought some trail shoes (possibly to change...
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April 27th 05 09:44 PM
by Peewiglet Go to last post
185 2,217
IMPORTANT: Off road use of vehicles by [email protected]
Nick Hopton wrote: Wouldn't it be nice if we could? But honestly, Bob, you've seen the mess that 4WDs can make of byways like The Ridgeway, even though there is an existing, agreed code of responsible use that is supposed to apply there. I've asked this before of 4WD enthusiasts and...
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March 19th 04 07:56 PM
by Andrew Kay Go to last post
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Christmas Wish List? by Peewiglet
Here's my top 5. There's no way I'll be getting much of this from the family, but it's therapeutic just to write it down :-) Osprey Luna rucksack Anquet GB North Merino wool baselayer (260g) Tilley hat MSR titanium mug DNT membership
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November 26th 04 04:22 PM
by Chris Malcolm Go to last post
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