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by EccyThump » Mon Apr 20, 2009 11:49 am
I've been using the site for routes for about a month now and think it's great. It's now become an invaluable tool for my walking and really fills a gap. After all, there are too many walks in Scotland for them all to fit nicely into one book.
This weekend saw fantastic weather and I got pretty sun-burnt up Ben Venue. There's always a patch I miss with the sun cream!
Thanks to everyone who has already posted their reviews on the walks. I enjoy reading these either before or after I go.
by Myth » Mon Apr 20, 2009 6:32 pm
That name takes me back to a TERRIBLE "game" from my teens...
EccyThump wrote: I enjoy reading (the reviews) either before or after I go.
Hmmm - I tend to the latter... I read the descriptions of the hills I *think* I'll do, then go to the opposite end of the country. Regularly.
And when I *do* manage to read the route before I go, I tend to do it wrong... backwards, or by some obscure route - but then my posts would be (even more) boring if that wasn't the case
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by Dross Ross » Sun May 10, 2009 10:26 am
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by rogers » Sun May 10, 2009 7:36 pm
by 37lumleyst » Mon May 11, 2009 9:25 am
It doesn’t take long to get to grips with placing posts, pictures and walking accounts. There is so much information on this site you can spend hours searching through it all and the net result is an unquenchable urge to get lout into the hills again!
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