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Posted: Thu 22nd Mar 2007, 10:01
Joined: 1972
It was.
Author: Nick Ham
Posted: Thu 1st Mar 2007, 12:50
Joined: 1998
Local Group: South Manchester
Wasn't me - couldn't run with one of those inside me. Are you sure it wasn't the checkpoint staff? :-)
Author: Steve Jelfs
Posted: Wed 28th Feb 2007, 20:04
Joined: 1998
Local Group: Heart of England
who ate all the bacon butties?????( we got there at 1-30 only to find they had all gone ) yes was a great walk in every way
Author: Nick Ham
Posted: Wed 28th Feb 2007, 13:29
Joined: 1998
Local Group: South Manchester
Hear Hear! It was my most enjoyable SSC so far - a rare spot of orienteering. Unusually for me, navigation went perfectly and the route and scenery were spectacular as always. I enjoyed spotting the bits of the Long Mynd Hike this route took us along. I believe this 25-mile route was the same as the inaugural route 25 years ago. Very appropriate. The tuna rice meal at the end was very good. I was so impressed I copied the recipe for dinner on Sunday evening.
Author: Carole Elizabeth Engel
Posted: Sat 24th Feb 2007, 21:15
Joined: 1998
Local Group: Calderdale
Want to say a huge thank you to a small group who put on a big walk - excellent plot and bash event which makes the best use of an area well blessed with hills, or should I say "tumuli". Couldn't fault a thing and everything was done to ensure we had a great day out - friendly welcome from all, tea and toast to start, CP's strategically placed to keep all on route, unbelievable CP food including a bacon butty and huge variety of cake and a choice of hot food at the end (including two dishes I have never had at an event before). This bodes EXTREMELY well for the Wales 100!

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