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The Summit Camps  free pdf You have an outstanding writing style, I laugh from start to finish everytime Thoroughly enjoyable, many thanks. [trumplesneaker] Good to see Flint has shed his antlers. He might have plans for you as his emergency food and four Ouakha skin leggings. Fine read as always support by great pictures. [TundraBoy] RIP 2014 - Beard of the Year Winner 2013 Definitely think Flint would eat you before you would eat him Great report, made me laugh a lot - cheers [summerwalker] [Meall Odhar: the last of 2010] Like poetry Have you dabbled with LSD in the past? [trumplesneaker] Another fine tale from your trips into the hills, or was it just a trip . Great style of writing as normal. [Trekpete] [A night in Hell: Cruach nam Mult.] Very well written piece and very entertaining. Superb pictures and dialogue. [Tundraboy] [West of Glen Shiel] Fantastic! At their best, hill trips are often a little surreal. Evidently at their very best, hill trip reports can be a little surreal too. And this is pure Dada. By the way, obviously what you really needed to break the ice on that pond was a piece of flint. Whadya mean 'that's not funny'? [Byrdman] [East of Loch Sheil] All the running action had me laughing out loud. Laughing Laughing [Clova] [A view through the window: Beinn a'Chuallaich]. A tour-de-force, well told and witty with it. [MKG] Magic stuff! Great goats! (my new oath of the week). [Lochivroan] [The Glen Galmadale horseshoe] Ouch! Well done on extracting yourself. It reminds me of Doug Scott and Chris Bonington on the Ogre... [Adrian L] Very funny. Had me chuckling. Er, I mean: oh dear, I'm glad that you're only in two pieces. Here's hoping for a speedy recovery. An excellent account. Even by your standards. [SimonP] Wow - just found this. A salutary tale - had me gripped all the way through. Well done for staying composed and getting yourself out of such a situation... [Rockhopper63] [This is a slip report: An Socach] As a big fan of your prose, that was a great report! Sounds like you had a brilliant time. Smile [Donaldshaw] [Curved Ridge] Another very fine narrative. [Edwood] This made me laugh when I read it last night after a very long very crap day at work. Read it again just to take it all in. Smile Love your impression of Inverness Laughing [Summerwalker] [Three West of Glen Shee] Another fine read and very amusing. Great pictures to support the dialogue. What more could you want. [Tundraboy] [Beinn Alligin: God damn the sun.]

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Author : MR Bobby Rice
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 03 April 2015
ISBN : 1511535792
EAN : 9781511535793
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 266 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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