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    Cool I've won!

    Now I'm one of the many I'm sure, that when it comes to anything that yields an odd, have the luck of the Irish! I've never won a thing in my life.
    ...But not any more.

    Ordnance Survey did a completion last month to enter your favourite hike route onto their new Get-A-Map site. The winner won a £100 Mammut voucher to spend at GoOutDoors.

    Well I bloody-well won! Ha!

    New GORE-TEX boots is on the list I think

    Chuffed!
    Paul

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    Nice one!

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    Congrats to your feet :-)
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    , Congrats, Mr. Happy-Tootsies
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    Cool

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    The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, well done
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    Excellent stuff.

    Go on then, tell us what your hiking route is!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humakt View Post
    Excellent stuff.

    Go on then, tell us what your hiking route is!
    1/2 mile N go in Red Lion, 1/4 m N in Kings Head, head 1/2 m W a dram in Boars Head crawl S 1/8 m ploughmans in The Church Inn etc, etc, lol
    Ne te confundant illigitimi It is always a pleasure to see what you can make !, instead of buying it ready made. R Proenneke.

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    well done and congrats.
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    well done mate
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