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Title: Pupper Wild Camp. Annalong Valley. Mourne mountains.
Post by: NIPupper on July 06, 2018
Kingdom of Mourne pupper wild camp. Annalong Valley. 29 June - 1 July 2018.

WW2 6 inch navy shell located.


Title: Re: Pupper Wild Camp. Annalong Valley. Mourne mountains.
Post by: specimanYak on July 09, 2018
Brilliant, another great camp. That's a fascinating object to find. Well done for doing your part and cleaning up other peoples mess in The Mournes, leave no trace indeed!
Title: Re: Pupper Wild Camp. Annalong Valley. Mourne mountains.
Post by: NIPupper on July 09, 2018
thanks! reduce reuse recycle, i think it was the yanks, you can't be using the mournes as target practice and not cleaning up after yourself, even if there is a world war on! haha.
Title: Re: Pupper Wild Camp. Annalong Valley. Mourne mountains.
Post by: whoRya on July 16, 2018
Ok, I'll be the one to ask then.  What the heck was going on with the pram?
Title: Re: Pupper Wild Camp. Annalong Valley. Mourne mountains.
Post by: NIPupper on July 16, 2018
Ok, I'll be the one to ask then.  What the heck was going on with the pram?

haha, yea, that shell weighted 19kgs. google earth says the water service road is 2.75km long. i did the math. it said use some sort of wheel. that pram was the first thing i found!