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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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Trekking in the Caucasus Mountains: The Chaukhi Massif, Georgia’s Dolomites
mcrtchly a day ago.
Mention Georgia and most people automatically think of the State of Georgia in the USA, but there?s another arguably m walk, Len: 34.0km, Climb: 1766m, Area: Georgia ()

  
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Lake District: Extended Kentmere Round
Onzy 3 days ago.
Classic Kentmere Round extended to take in High Street. 9 Wainwrights in total. walk, Len: 22.2km, Climb: 1108m, Area: Yoke, Lake District - Eastern Fells (Bri...

  
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A hike in the Alps Maritimes
mallowman 2 days ago.
I went to the Southern Alps for a trek at the end of October for hopefully some sun and a dose of vitamin D to get me through the winter. Here is a link to my blog of the trip. I hope you enjoy, S...

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Lake District: Fairfield Horseshoe
Onzy 3 days ago.
Lakes Classic round taking in 8 Wainwrights... walk, Len: 19.2km, Climb: 997m, Area: Nab Scar, Lake District - Eastern Fells (...

  
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"Deaded"
BleckCra a week ago.
Never would have thought it but it turns out mountains can can be named after insects. Despite all my decrying this site for its translation of Meelmore as Hill of the Ants, I find right on the do...

  
Track
Croagh Patrick
Paul_Rooney 4 days ago.
walk, Len: 7.7km, Climb: 709m, Area: Croagh Patrick, Croagh Patrick (Ireland) C...

Summit Comment
Binn Mhairg: A well worthwhile but neglected scramble
IainT a week ago.
The quartzite slabs on the NE flank of Binn Mhairg make a good scramble, one of the best in the Maum Turks. They are reachable by traversing round from the Mam Ean track, pathless but largely gras...

  
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Aughinish: Clare Island
sandman a week ago.
This island is located in County Clare but can only be accessed via County Galway. Originally connected to Clare but the connection was lost in 1755 as a result of an earthquake The British built ...

  
Track
Near Truskmore, Dartry Mountains (Ireland)
Paul_Rooney 4 days ago.
walk, Len: 8.5km, Climb: 424m, Area: Truskmore, Dartry Mountains (Ireland) Trus...

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Scanlan's Island: Clare Island
sandman a week ago.
Access to the Island is via the gravel road/track located at M2575111537 .During low tide you have no problem driving on to the island and following the track to the left over concrete to within m...

  
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Local 100
wwwalker 4 weeks ago.
I just wanted to say well done on the change to the local 100 conditions. I was nearly there but the last 2 or 3 would have involved almost going through peoples gardens etc. so I abandoned trying...

  
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Munnia Top: Coastal Hill
sandman a week ago.
Best to access this hill via the farm gate located on the the coastal side at M2929112163 in order to avoid the houses on the opposite side. Just a quick up and down over grazing land to begin and...


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