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Discussion Forum - Events - 14th Trollers Trot

Author: Ian Koszalinski
Posted: Tue 7th Mar 2006, 16:48
Joined: 2004
Local Group: High Peak
well I got to within a mile of the start of the hills and dales when i realised i hadn't brought any kit, had to go back home and returned in time to start just before the runners, managed to catch the sweepers at the first checkpoint. A few years prior to that i turned up at my childrens school which organised the ladybower challenge to find out it had been cancelled months ago, serves me right for not booking
Author: Norman C Corrin
Posted: Tue 7th Mar 2006, 10:05
Joined: 1981
Local Group: Beds, Bucks and Northants
Not done that Martin but turned up for The Fairlands Valley Spartans Challenge in Stevenage once and found I'd left my boots at home!
Author: Martin Pearson
Posted: Mon 6th Mar 2006, 17:18
Joined: 1988
Local Group: North Yorkshire
I've been walking challenge events for 18 years, but the Trollers Trot on Sunday was a memorable "first". This was entirely due to the fact that all the other entrants did the event on Saturday !!. I thought it was suspiciously quiet when I rolled into Threshfield at 7.15, having got out of bed at 5.00. Thought at first that the event had been cancelled and no-one had told me, but eventually the penny dropped. Had a smashing walk though, following the route description and yesterdays tracks and taking time out for an ice-cream at Bonsall Bridge. Time, a liesurely 8hrs 20. Anyone else been daft enough to turn up for a walk on the wrong day. Number 60.

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