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Today's snow... by RJ Webb
Had a good day? Have a look at this, see who else got the white stuff... http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/realtime/single.php?2004354/crefl2_143.A2004354131500-2004354132000.250m.jpg Richard Webb
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December 23rd 04 11:05 AM
by Dominic Sexton Go to last post
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SatMap by Mason
They've just reviewed the SatMap Active 10 GPS on the Gadget show along with a Garmin and a Magellan, it came out rather well with the other two being slow to update. It was really quick to enter a list of waypoints compared with the They praised its ease of use, even in thick gloves. I...
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April 9th 08 02:43 PM
by Paul Saunders Go to last post
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cycling the pembrokeshire coastal by Jeremy Watts
wrong newsgroup to ask maybe, but would you say that the pembrokeshire coastal path could be cycled? is the path suitable ?
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May 8th 06 10:18 PM
by Chris Gilbert Go to last post
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Sunny Day Out by Chris Hill
Today was "Long Walk" day. Myself, Adrian Godwin and Mark Thompson walked a 20+ mile circular route starting and ending in Buxton, Derbyshire. The route took in Axe Edge Moor, the Cat and Fiddle Pub, Errwood Reservoir, Pym Chair, Windgather Rocks, and Combs village. I say "20+" miles as there may...
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February 21st 06 06:51 PM
by Chris Hill Go to last post
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Stormy by sandy saunders
OK ...................... who was out walking in all this 'lovely' weather today? Not I ..... work was required. -- sandy saunders @ www.thewalkzone.co.uk email: saunders.sandy at ntlworld.com 'Mountains or Mole Hills ... summiting still
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November 1st 05 04:30 PM
by Michael Thompson Go to last post
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Powdered milk ideas? by mark
I know this isn't a recreational cooking group but what do people use for milk substitute as a powdered variety. I've been taking porridge on backpacking trips and attempting to thicken it in the way that semiskimmed milk does at home, - with coffee mate! I'm getting a bit bored with the watery...
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October 2nd 05 03:38 PM
by Chris Malcolm Go to last post
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Waterproofs - multi-part question :-) [Long] by David W.E. Roberts
Hi, Q1) My Lowe Alpine Triple Point Ceramic jacket is not beading moisture like it use to. Some areas are fine, but the front of the jacket has lost performance. Washing seems to improve things, but tumble drying is supposed to reactivate the surface coating and I don't have a tumble drier. The...
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February 23rd 05 10:18 AM
by Simon Caldwell Go to last post
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Five Sisters or South Cluanie Ridge by Gareth Houghton
I am thinking of going to Scotland mid April and staying around Lochalsh, I am looking for Routes to do on My Own (nothing to Hairy) If there is no snow or ice on the tops, i was going to pop over to Skye and head up Blaven and then possibly do the Five Sisters or South Cluanie Ridge on another...
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February 21st 05 01:08 PM
by spamfrog Go to last post
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North Scotland in early summer by [email protected]
I'm thinking of heading up to the North of Scotland for the first time, either in late June or early July, probably based around Ullapool. I'm aware that I'll make the acquaintance of The Midge. Of course I'm ready for the weather to be unpredicatable. But is this a sensible time of year to see...
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January 20th 05 08:33 PM
by Simon Caldwell Go to last post
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Calling PEEWIGLET by John Spencer-Mallory
Has anyone heard from the good lady lately? Her mail address seems to have become inactive and "unknown"!!! John Here's a toast to the dead already, And here's to the next man to die. http://j.s-m.fotopic.net
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December 24th 04 05:57 PM
by Darren G Go to last post
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TR: October Day 5 by Paul Saunders
Pic of the day is online now; http://www.wildwales.fsnet.co.uk/october/october05.html Comments? Trip report later. Paul -- The October Project 2003
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November 7th 03 03:50 AM
by Paul Saunders Go to last post
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TR: Beacons Today by Paul Saunders
Snow, sun. Paul -- http://www.wilderness-wales.co.uk http://www.wildwales.fsnet.co.uk
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December 23rd 04 10:53 PM
by W. D. Grey Go to last post
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distance / bearing calculator by Stuart
I done a wee calculator to help me identify hills on my panaramas, and thought it maybe of intrest to some of you http://www.stuartstuart.fsnet.co.uk/hillwalking/distcalc.htm I think it should be fairly accurate on small distances but not too sure how it will perform on big distances (hills too...
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October 1st 04 12:04 PM
by Rob Kingston Go to last post
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OT even by urw standards... by Fran
Sorry 'bout this, folks, but I've already exhausted Google, eBay and other potential sources... I'm looking for videos of the BBC1 series 'Colditz'. It was first shown in the 1970s, which I realise is pre-video; however it was repeated about 6(?) years ago on UK Gold, so someone out there must...
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June 8th 04 09:32 PM
by RJ Webb Go to last post
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Memory map 2004 printouts by Bernard Hill
I've not seen this mentioned here before but a few days ago I discovered a very nice new feature in MM2004. You can print the maps with shading. It may not sound like much but it quite revolutionises the look of the printouts. Most impressed! You can change the direction and intensity of the...
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May 21st 04 07:28 PM
by Paul Saunders Go to last post
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Wales by Paul Cummings
I like walking in Wales because there are big hill and I am 9. Love Ben Cummings P.S. I am Paul Cummings's son
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May 1st 04 12:00 AM
by Paul Saunders Go to last post
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Down Sleeping Bags and the Outdoor Show by Andy Howell
There is something rather annoying about having the Outdoor Show in Brum for the weekend, especially when on Wednesday I head out to Snowdonia for a week. The temptation to buy all kinds of things this weekend is - I suspect - going to be far too great. In general I want to reduce the weight in...
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April 12th 04 12:33 AM
by Fran Go to last post
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Fw: Fillm vs.Digital [was TR: Bishop Hill - 7th January] by Glenn
"Paul Saunders" wrote in message ... Hello Paul and everyone, I hope you don't mind my tuppence worth (I don't often contribute to this forum, but I do read it almost daily). SNIP: But don't take my word for it. I'm...
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February 24th 04 05:24 PM
by Paul Saunders Go to last post
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Scafell Pike from Seathwaite - estimates for how long?? by Frank Weaver
We're going up to the Lakes next week and intend to do Scafell Pike for the first time. My wife is ill at the moment so I'll just be doing it with my 13 & 11 year old boys (+ dog). I'd like some estimates for times please - I don't want to push too hard but want to ensure we get up & down in...
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February 24th 04 10:13 PM
by theo Go to last post
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GPS Advice by Angus
Hi Folks, Thinking about a GPS but not sure what one to buy/ I would like to hook it up to my pc before and after the walk to keep a log of my routes it also needs to be accurate (is there any difference or are they all the same). I can spend around 200 Any suggestions
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November 11th 03 11:06 AM
by Paul Saunders Go to last post
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