Quality avatar there Doylo. I sincerely hope you are going to invest in some lime green shorts for when you get to the redpointing stage.....
Ah I've read your blog and foresee the siege being shorter than 11 years mate.I actually owned the original shorts for a while. They were pinned up on our board. If only I hadn't lost them in one house move or another!
Anyone know where i can get some lazers?
March and still not managed to get time to gte to Malham....livid.
Has anyone called the lime in Scotland?We drove right past the solitary bastion of limestone greatness today and I did feel a certain, gravitational urge to divert our path the way of the great white calcite.
May last year, double figure temps in March this year - lots of people making an early start to the season and I'm already hearing people talking about the lime. Rubicon is dry, the Tor mostly so - could this be it? Limestone open season already?
I reckon Limekilns would have been green, slippery and crap. Even in midsummer it's 2 of the 3.
Quote from: SA Chris on March 16, 2009, 09:58:43 amI reckon Limekilns would have been green, slippery and crap. Even in midsummer it's 2 of the 3.It's been in alright nick the last few weeks, apparently, haven't been to check myself.
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