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 on: October 17, 2018 
Started by NorthernSky - Last post by NorthernSky
never though i'd be replying to my own thread  :P
just browsing here so why not update
i ended up getting pair of Merrell MOAB FST

they have been decent enough although there is a clear point of failure where the toes bend. the mesh material has ripped on all four sides. i think they have redesigned them since

i picked up some Repair Glue Gel from Lidl a while back and it's been great for shoes. dries rubbery and flexible. i'd recommend grabbing some if you see it (Pattex yellow tube )


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 on: October 09, 2018 
Started by specimanYak - Last post by Rugged Track
Thanks Yak will get back let you know how it goes, I have just come back from doing the Hadrians Wall Walk which was really good, but I am a bit of a history and geek!!! And we were dead lucky with the weather which always helps, I would recommend it to anyone though the middle sections are by far the best  :)

Hadrian's Wall, looked at doing that a few years ago.  Never got the time etc to get organised, I'm sure it was brilliant.  It sounds great, maybe someday! 

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 on: October 08, 2018 
Started by specimanYak - Last post by specimanYak
Good stuff qos, Hadrian's Wall sounds like a fascinating walk taking in the history of it along the way. You're not alone, I love all the ancient features (cairns, forts etc) you find dotted around the landscape here, makes for a more interesting walk.

Thanks Yak will get back let you know how it goes, I have just come back from doing the Hadrians Wall Walk which was really good, but I am a bit of a history and geek!!! And we were dead lucky with the weather which always helps, I would recommend it to anyone though the middle sections are by far the best  :)

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 on: October 04, 2018 
Started by specimanYak - Last post by qos1919
Thanks Yak will get back let you know how it goes, I have just come back from doing the Hadrians Wall Walk which was really good, but I am a bit of a history and geek!!! And we were dead lucky with the weather which always helps, I would recommend it to anyone though the middle sections are by far the best  :)

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 on: October 04, 2018 
Started by specimanYak - Last post by specimanYak
There's some great little places you'll find around the forest to pitch up. Have a good one and lets us know how you get on.

Hi Folks
Just read these posts and might try Helens Tower area for a wee over nighter, I am in Bangor so its dead handy, I am fairly new on here and have to say you can pick up lots of good info, cheers

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 on: October 04, 2018 
Started by specimanYak - Last post by qos1919
Hi Folks
Just read these posts and might try Helens Tower area for a wee over nighter, I am in Bangor so its dead handy, I am fairly new on here and have to say you can pick up lots of good info, cheers   

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 on: September 28, 2018 
Started by specimanYak - Last post by specimanYak
He'll be rocking in his chair planning his next raid for the week-end. Thanks, Commedagh's a great spot with the shelter and water pipe.

epic, mr fox is off enjoying a firelog with some tasty chewing gum. bet he's wearing a smoking jacket and chillin in a rocking chair as well.
sweet video. great camping spot.

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 on: September 28, 2018 
Started by specimanYak - Last post by NIPupper
epic, mr fox is off enjoying a firelog with some tasty chewing gum. bet he's wearing a smoking jacket and chillin in a rocking chair as well.
sweet video. great camping spot.

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 on: September 28, 2018 
Started by specimanYak - Last post by specimanYak
He went after the chewing gum with some gusto. Imagine the sound of smacking lips coming from the darkness  ;D

Good stuff Yak next time your up take a quarter of Cherry lips with you they'll keep old foxy chewin for a while  ;D ;D ;D

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 on: September 28, 2018 
Started by specimanYak - Last post by Glenn B
Good stuff Yak next time your up take a quarter of Cherry lips with you they'll keep old foxy chewin for a while  ;D ;D ;D

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