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Yes, I think it will be recorded.
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Is there any chance of the meeting getting recorded so people who can't make it can watch it later?
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get involved: access, environment, BMC / Re: Peak District Tick Watch
« Last post by Bradders on Today at 06:11:58 pm »
Thanks for sharing.
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abroad / Re: Help with road trip Font to Pyrenees to Ireland
« Last post by blaciqui on Today at 03:51:21 pm »
Yahman!

Rumenes is in the shade from 2 pm. Some of the walls in Ramales are shaded pretty much all day. But I wouldn't be too worried about the sun or the high temperatures. I've been here for a month, and I don't see much difference from Edinburgh weather! Well, I might be exaggerating a bit, but the weather in this area is far from the typical Spanish/Mediterranean ideal that many people imagine.
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abroad / Re: Help with road trip Font to Pyrenees to Ireland
« Last post by moose on Today at 03:41:34 pm »
Bielsa?

Don't think he'll be available for belaying - he's in the USA, managing Uruguay in the Copa America.
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abroad / Re: Help with road trip Font to Pyrenees to Ireland
« Last post by jwi on Today at 03:34:23 pm »
Bielsa?
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BMC Access Network:

Notification of next session (No. 17) & zoom link

6:30 - 7:30 pm, Monday 1st  July

Ticks: distribution, disease & trends, with Dr James Douglas GP (Fort William)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-65203001

Zoom link:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86791610692?pwd=pl6N2u2BZahucngGxus9vct5uOpmVh.1


The Access Network is a series of evening presentations that the BMC's access team have been running for some time now. To date these have been limited audience only as the topics tended to be technical access related subjects and the aim was for half the session to be Q & A for the benefit of access staff and volunteers, with ample opportunity for everyone to be part of this element.
This one is being opened to a wider audience, as this is a subject with a much wider interest.
I'm just putting this out on UKB for now. In part because this is the subject of a live discussion on here already, with people clearly interested in the subject. We'll see how this session runs and may in future open to wider participation. By all means pass on the invite to others who you think might be interested though.
This subject is annoyingly all too relevant for climbers today, and particularly boulderers who perhaps more than other climbers find themselves thrashing around in tick infested bracken. I'm looking forward to hearing what Dr Douglas has to say and putting a few questions. Hopefully I'll see some of you there.
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abroad / Re: Help with road trip Font to Pyrenees to Ireland
« Last post by T_B on Today at 03:00:09 pm »
Iíve also been to Targasonne, which is an interesting area but tricky temps in the summer and the rock is brutal. Cool place to go if youíre into running with Font Romeu up the road and various pros cruising round the woods.
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get involved: access, environment, BMC / Re: Peak District Tick Watch
« Last post by Bonjoy on Today at 02:56:26 pm »
BMC Access Network:

Notification of next session (No. 17) & zoom link

6:30 - 7:30 pm, Monday 1st  July

Ticks: distribution, disease & trends, with Dr James Douglas GP (Fort William)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-65203001

Zoom link:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86791610692?pwd=pl6N2u2BZahucngGxus9vct5uOpmVh.1


The Access Network is a series of evening presentations that the BMC's access team have been running for some time now. To date these have been limited audience only as the topics tended to be technical access related subjects and the aim was for half the session to be Q & A for the benefit of access staff and volunteers, with ample opportunity for everyone to be part of this element.
This one is being opened to a wider audience, as this is a subject with a much wider interest.
I'm just putting this out on UKB for now. In part because it is relevant to this ongoing thread. We'll see how this session runs and may in future open to wider participation. By all means pass on the invite to others who you think might be interested though.
This subject is annoyingly all too relevant for climbers today, and particularly boulderers who perhaps more than other climbers find themselves thrashing around in tick infested bracken. I'm looking forward to hearing what Dr Douglas has to say and putting a few questions. Hopefully I'll see some of you there.
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abroad / Re: Help with road trip Font to Pyrenees to Ireland
« Last post by T_B on Today at 02:49:37 pm »
I had a trip to climb on Naranjo del Bulnes last week of August. It was mixed weather and we did a fair amount of driving around and climbing on valley sport crags. I donít remember it being particularly hot. On Urriellu we got good weather but I was leading in a lightweight down jacket (chilly wind). This was 2012 and the issue we had for the valley crags was a lack of info/guidebook. There was good climbing at El Bosque (Asturias) west of Bulnes and we also went to a crag in the Basque (Araotz), which had an impressive wall of steep 7s and 8s. I didnít think much to Teverga, but only had two days there.
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