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July 19th 06 03:15 PM
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Pack recommendations and checklist by [H]omer
Looking for input/opinions on a new Pack and my current kit. I'm currently using a Marmot Traverse (52 ltr) alpine sack, but require something a bit bigger. The main issue is that currently I have to pack food and clothing in another bag, which is then strapped onto the rucksack. I'd rather have a...
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January 14th 04 09:09 PM
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Recommendation: UltraLeds - great service and prices by [H]omer
www.ultraleds.co.uk (LED lamps/torches and conversion kits) I just received the last part of my order from UltraLeds (Head Lamp), and I'd like to recommend them for their great service and prices. Robert from UltraLeds currently holds the record for being the fastest (non-automated) respondent to...
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January 19th 04 01:30 PM
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I've found a Leprechaun ... no I'm not drunk. by [H]omer
I was having another look at Paul's picture - Ref: "Llyn y Fan Fawr - Ansel Adams style", and lo-and-behold, right there down in the bottom right of the picture is ... a Leprechaun ... leaning over a rock. Look! he's even holding his traditional walking stick, and you can clearly see his spotted...
January 22nd 04 03:33 AM
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October 12th 03 03:31 PM
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Scafell Pike from Wast Water by Zinc Potterman
I have good OL6 map for the route. Is it straight forward? any scrambling, scary bits. Want to do it in Feb so only short days. Any suggestions for safe interesting alternative route back to NE end of Wast water. Thanks Zinc --
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February 4th 05 04:28 PM
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Descent/Ascent S end of High street to Haweswater by Zinc Potterman
If anyone has walked this I'd be grateful for some advice on the route (planned in February) It runs from grid 440113 almost due East to The Rigg (476117) at S. end of Haweswater. It looks really interesting on Explorer OL5. What's it like on the ground. We would prefer not to have to rope. Not...
February 9th 05 05:04 PM
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Why can't I see my postings by Zinc Potterman
I have posted a few times to this group and some posts don't appear (to me) and yet there are responses. Zinc -- To reply to address don't click. Cut and paste, then delete
February 10th 05 11:17 AM
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Thanks for Lake District help by Zinc Potterman
To all the people that posted regarding Lake District walks for my 50th last week, many thanks. It was a great success. Special thanks to who ever organised the weather. Zinc -- To reply to address don't click. Cut and paste, then delete
February 24th 05 12:19 PM
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The cost of B&B's - alternatives. ideas by Zinc Potterman
Now we're getting old and penniless and camping is being squeezed at both ends by growing intolerance to the cold. It's starting to cost us a fortune to go on longer walks such as the South West Coastal Path which we're doing at present. Any suggestions for alternative cheap roof over the head. We...
March 9th 05 05:25 PM
by Rob Devereux Go to last post
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Memory Map Landranger & Explorer by Zinc Potterman
How do people find Memory Map software for printing, planning routes etc Is it an unnecessary toy or does it add anything. Just general opinions would be fine. I'm looking at the Landranger and Explorer versions. Don't have a GPS Zinc -- zincnews123 at tiscali.c123o.u123k
October 13th 05 08:46 AM
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Scottish Midges by Zinc Potterman
I am planning an extended tour of Scotland next year and would like some information on the true extent of the midge problem, to help me decide when and where to go. What are the seasons of the beasties? In what regions are they a problem? Thanks Zinc
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October 16th 05 01:54 PM
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Lake District Boat trips by Zinc Potterman
I'm after some links to boat trips to combine walks with perhaps return via boat or vice versa. Sites, timetables etc would be useful. Search on Google surprisingly turned up very little. thanks Zinc -- To reply to address don't click.
January 31st 05 10:49 PM
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Lake District - recommendations for some great walks by Zinc Potterman
Coming up to the Lakes in Feb to try and summit the top of England on me 50th. We are coming for about 10 days leading up to it and I would love to tap your collective knowledge on a nice mix of walks for this. We are pretty experienced walkers having done lots of backpacking although I'd...
January 31st 05 12:14 PM
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