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CaptainVertigo
2010-09-29 20:57:26
Looking Trojan Horses in the Mouth
I have received, over a period of months, letters and telephone messages from persons who claim to form part of the management team of one Julia Roberts, who , they assert, is a popular American lady actress. Would I be prepared to accompany Ms. Roberts on “KarenTwoHill” as her guide and mentor? She is a great admirer of my work and wishes to discuss, inter alia, film projects which would involve myself and herself “starring” in a mountain romp “What Reeks Beneath”. I will be handsomely compensated for my trouble, and have absolute editorial control etc etc.

The fact is that I am most particular about my walking companions. Ms. Roberts, is one of those unfortunates who suffer from what I dub “cold nose” syndrome. No amount of make up can hide the fact that the tip of her aquiline appendage is set permanently a few degrees below the ambient temperature. She may not be frozen, but her face screams otherwise. This is unacceptable. Morale is everything on the hills and the thought of a scrawny sniveler hovering around my rear is simply more than I can accept. I have ignored her. Now brushing off solicitations from American actresses is one thing; but handling domestic invitations from key personnel on this site is an altogether more difficult proposition. I speak of Scavvy 5...
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Sheep's Head Ramble...
Onzy 3 hours ago.
walk, Len: 8.4km, Climb: 237m, Area: Cork Islands (Ireland)

  
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Croghan Hill: In the Steps of Old Croghan Man
ladyhawke1003 5 hours ago.
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Great Saltee Island: Bird's Glare
simon3 a day ago.
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Near Knockshanahullion, Knockmealdown Mountains (Ireland)
jackill 11 hours ago.
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Curra Hill: Cloudy Climb
andreos97 5 days ago.
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jackill 11 hours ago.
walk, Len: 19.5km, Climb: 928m, Area: Shannon (Ireland)

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Cnoc Lios Uachtair: Connemara in the round
fieldoptic 6 days ago.
An easy to access and navigate hill, well worth it for its central position and views in every direction. Park as previously suggested at L8530 4820 and head north east before swinging north. The ...

  
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The Sturrall
Peter Walker a day ago.
walk, Len: 9.1km, Climb: 268m, Area: Donegal Islands (Ireland)

  
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Cnoc Mordáin: Long Connemara Summer Evening
fieldoptic 6 days ago.
Though the road near L88003920 appears unfenced you will encounter a fence very soon after leaving the road. This fence extends along this back road, Bothar na Scrathóg and keeps cattle in typical...

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Croaghavehy
Peter Walker a day ago.
As prescribed by Mr Sandman. Parked at the Glengesh viewpoint (where I got to admire some quite astonishing car positi... walk, Len: 3.0km, Climb: 114m, Area: Croaghavehy, Donegal SW (Ireland) Croagh

  
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Ballinacorbeg: Worth a brief visit
Bunsen7 a week ago.
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Object to very high windfarm in Sperrins?
simon3 3 days ago.
Mountaineering Ireland is considering submitting an objection to a revised application for the Doraville Wind Farm in the Sperrins, on the grounds of visual impact and detraction from the walking/...


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