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Author Topic: Pupper Summit Wild Camp. Slieve Commedagh. Mourne mountains.  (Read 483 times)

NIPupper

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Kingdom of Mourne pupper summit wild camp. Slieve Commedagh via the Green Line, Slievenaglogh and Slieve Corragh. 1-3 June 2018.

Midge bites and seen a badger near the magic pipe on sleive commedagh at dusk!

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Brilliant views of the clouds rolling over the mountains, nice one.
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Some gorgeous views there, well done mate. Great camp
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Fantastic!  Man you wrecked my head though with the description.  Was looking at the first pitch and thinking there is no way that if from Commedagh.  Couple of tidy camps there.
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Wonderful, stunning views and the hounds are enjoying every second of it.
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NIPupper

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Brilliant views of the clouds rolling over the mountains, nice one.

cheers, it was amazing to see

Some gorgeous views there, well done mate. Great camp

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Fantastic!  Man you wrecked my head though with the description.  Was looking at the first pitch and thinking there is no way that if from Commedagh.  Couple of tidy camps there.

thanks! haha, yea, the first camp was cool but the midges turned up in the morning to say hello, fortunately commedagh was to windy for them.

Wonderful, stunning views and the hounds are enjoying every second of it.

cheers! next time i'll have to remember to bring a hat, the sun was pretty strong.
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Saturday night was very busy night for the niwild campers lol, great video of the clouds. Did you see a small bonfire on the summit of Donard, or was I seeing things?
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Saturday night was very busy night for the niwild campers lol, great video of the clouds. Did you see a small bonfire on the summit of Donard, or was I seeing things?

thanks. yea, niwild hitting up all the peaks. i did see that bonfire on the summit of donard, i could hear them at times as well, they where having a bit of a party!
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Hey NI Pupper, was the water pipe still flowing when you were there.  I had a friend who was up there a few weeks ago and he said he didn't notice it.  I plan to be availing of it this weekend so I'd be keen to know.
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oh i, water of life is flowing straight out the pipe. i 'forgot' (i.e 'forgot' to look at the map) that it's only a few meters from the wall and missed it on the accent and had to go looking for it after dropping my bag at the tower. guided in by the sound of running water nicely. i was running low as well, would of had to bounce first thing if i didn't find it. drank a litre right there and then upon finding it. it was great.
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Water of life you say? ;D

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Uisce beatha is the name for whiskey in Irish. The equivalent in Scottish Gaelic is rendered uisge-beatha. ... The phrase uisce beatha, literally "water of life", was the name given by Irish monks of the early Middle Ages to distilled alcohol.

That's good to know, will be having a run at the wall all being well.....and there aren't too many other taps up that high.  Thanks for the quick reply.
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epic, good luck running the wall. if you find that the magic tap is dispensing whiskey, be sure to let us know. i could open a little refreshment stand for thirsty walkers! uisce beatha!
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Excellent - I want to do this :) :) :) :) :)
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epic, good luck running the wall. if you find that the magic tap is dispensing whiskey, be sure to let us know. i could open a little refreshment stand for thirsty walkers! uisce beatha!
;D  A run at the wall was a figure of speech, there won't be any running involved if I can help it.
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