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BleckCra
2013-07-30 23:20:36
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Anyway ......

A handful of us - mountainviewers - are attending the Wee Binns' Festival in the Mournes on Sat Sept 7th. Out of Newry.
"Attending" means having the Saturday big walk, followed by a big dinner, followed by big pints of Guinness and a lot of rubbish talked.
We shall be encamped in Warrenpoint which is pretty damned fine in anyone's books.
We should be very pleased to meet other mountainviewers for any or all of these adventures.
To discuss further, you can get me on the Messaging service on this rig - which is adventure enough. Probably.
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