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march-fixer
2012-04-23 19:01:30
Irish Times on "Peak Bagging in south"
Good Heavens, simon3 ... you had me really worried there for a moment!

I thought the heading was "Peat Bagging in south". There were flashes of fights, fisticuffs, skirmishes and turf wars flying through my mind ... just when we thought it was safe to venture out on to the mountains again!
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