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    Take a look around GSM Arena that'll help! I...

    Take a look around GSM Arena that'll help!

    I do have an Iphone 3gs going begging, the on/off button doesn't work but the phone does!
    or a samsung galaxy something?

    Make me an offer if your...
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    Looks really good, I'd be tempted by one of those! but I still prefer my tent!
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    New softshell for the coming winter!...

    New softshell for the coming winter!
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/320944249876?var=510071763386&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649#ht_3262wt_1153

    The shop is regatta's seconds...
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    I use a petzl elite, wasn't too expensive!

    I use a petzl elite, wasn't too expensive!
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    You can approach the scout association to set up...

    You can approach the scout association to set up an official scout troop in your school!
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    This is my chosen system, I use it to fill my...

    This is my chosen system, I use it to fill my other bottles first then top it up too! I also use water tabs as extra insurance! Cheap easily replaced & effective!...
  7. I too go around this size, 48ltr Berghaus & I kip...

    I too go around this size, 48ltr Berghaus & I kip in a 3 man tent, but I still would recommend different food option, as cans are heavier to carry & will be a pain to carry back too!
    If your...
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    Family stealth camp?

    I am thinking after the success of a few family wild camps near home in the Peak District, that we'd try somewhere new!

    I'm thinking of the Pinewoods/Sand Dunes near Southport or some where on't...
  9. I'd say I'm a minimalist but not reckless, not...

    I'd say I'm a minimalist but not reckless, not overly-light without being too heavy & keep it all in a 50ltr rucksack!

    Pack varies dependant on the trip length but always there are:
    Tent 2.75kg...
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    with bohXI on that one! Also eat shit loads of...

    with bohXI on that one!

    Also eat shit loads of garlic, deters everything & everyone!
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    Not massively! but I am getting back into...

    Not massively! but I am getting back into scrambling & climbing so wanted a good multi-purpose boot. I only paid 95 inc delivery!

    My scarpa's are falling apart after my 155 mile trek earlier...
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    Nice! I've just ordered a pair of Mammut Mt...

    Nice!

    I've just ordered a pair of Mammut Mt Cascade Boots they look nuts!...
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    Just remember that when in the hills your...

    Just remember that when in the hills your supposed to camp above 600m where possible, otherwise go off the beaten track a ways & no ground fires on peat moorland!

    This is a handy website :...
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    Just received my new day pack/overnighter a Vango...

    Just received my new day pack/overnighter a Vango Boulder 35 litre, very impressed with the quality for the money only 25 + postage.

    It's very minimalist, no pockets just the main compartment &...
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    The Long Walk Home 9th April - 15th April A...

    The Long Walk Home 9th April - 15th April A fundraising 155 mile trek in memory of my father in law and to raise as much money as possible for Kirkwood Hospice.

    The walk will be done over easter...
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    The events Itinerary: Monday, 21miles, up...

    The events Itinerary:

    Monday, 21miles, up hill, end point Crowden.
    (Could push on to reduce next day?)

    Tuesday, 28.5 miles, up & over Kinder, end point a6 Buxton.

    Wednesday, 27.5 miles,...
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    Bump !

    Bump !
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    Thanks Jonny much appreciated!

    Thanks Jonny

    much appreciated!
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    Not 100% on that, I'm beginning to think going...

    Not 100% on that, I'm beginning to think going solo- ish, as they are v slow in their responses etc so yes all help appreciated sir!

    Give me a few more days to see if they get back to me,...
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    Hey matey long time..... Yep all sorted with &...

    Hey matey long time.....

    Yep all sorted with & through kirkwood, just gone live on the fund raising & the team has grown, all a bit serious now!

    Any assistance appreciated!
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    Thanks Jonny Just checked link all seems to be...

    Thanks Jonny

    Just checked link all seems to be working!

    There seems to be some issues with the site I have team members not receiving emails etc!

    thanks for heads up & support!
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    LongWalkHome2012

    We are undertaking a 155 mile trek in memory of my father in law, Mr Howard Perrin, to raise as much money as possible for Kirkwood Hospice.

    Howard died after a long & for sometime successful...
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    Favourite christmas purchases! ...

    Favourite christmas purchases!

    http://www.suunto.com/gb/en/products/Fieldcompasses/suunto-mb-6-global
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    Consider yourself booked !

    Consider yourself booked !
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    Cheers Jus I am with you on the whole health &...

    Cheers Jus

    I am with you on the whole health & safety palaver!
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