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    Re: 14th April BG attempt

    Quote Originally Posted by Splatcher View Post
    Can someone post the URL? He dressed after leaving Honister & by the the time we made the Moot Hall he'd already changed, so I didn't see him in his pomp.

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    Re: 14th April BG attempt

    Cracking getup, what a star man:thumbup:
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    Re: 14th April BG attempt

    Brilliant. Mind you, does that set a precedent? Have we all got to do the road section in fancy dress? I'll have to think about that...
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    Wow, that's a super effort - properly impressed. Loving the Kiwi thermals too, I was priviledged enough to sell many a pair of them whilst working in an outdoor shop in New Zealand a couple of years ago - they're fabulous!

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    Re: 14th April BG attempt

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyKirkup View Post
    Wow, that's a super effort - properly impressed. Loving the Kiwi thermals too, I was priviledged enough to sell many a pair of them whilst working in an outdoor shop in New Zealand a couple of years ago - they're fabulous!

    Andy
    They are great aren't they, I have 2 pairs and brought those back for Caz. Pity nobody does them in the UK, plenty of other colours to chose from and I think they would go well on the fell scene. Also when wearing them, I'm always found quickly when lost on the hill!!
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    Re: 14th April BG attempt

    Cool, but for me vertical stripes might be more flattering!

    Well done to all on a great acheivement:thumbup:
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    Congratulations to all.

    Dodgy finery though!

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    Re: 14th April BG attempt

    Well done Caz And Chris. Also many thanks to the unsung hero's Wyn and her soup and cakes, Andy & pam Farmer kept us well fed and Ian Roberts (wheezing donkey) who turns up just when you need him! And everyone who gave up there time to help carry food and drink and made it a fantastic weekend.

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    Re: 14th April BG attempt

    Waw. You guys are amazing. I was wondering how moley knew about how i got on!! Thanks for cheering us on, and for the pats on the back.

    What can i say. An amazing day, with an even more amazing support crew. All the pacers, guides, and Team Wynn at the roadside cafe!! Truly amazing. I really couldn't have done it without you all. Espeicially seeing that i'd only ever done leg 1 before in deep snow back in January with Mr Duncan(duncz)!! It was a first for me to be on all the rest of the tops. 39 new tops in one day! That ain't bad come to think of it!! The weather and scenery were quite breathtaking as the day went on. Mr Woodall managed to take some cracking photos on leg 4. And i do believe that there was a filming crew following us round on leg 3 too! A small hobbit was running with a camcorder in all directions! Well, same film anyway Mr Baggins
    As for the Stripeys. I just wished i'd had them on earlier in the day on Scafell when all the crowds were around)

    And yes the daff made it round. It stayed in my bumbag all the time. A bit worst for were now though

    Big pat on the back to Chris too as he only knew about this attempt a couple of days before!!!!

    Roll on the meirionedd now!!!! Arghhhhhh!!!!

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