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Friday 17 September – Corbridge-Burnley
Friday was all about the spectacular scenery as we drove through Northumberland, the Yorkshire Dales and down into Lancashire.
Stopped to wander around the ruins of Barnard Castle after we thought we'd driven passed them. Only reason we'd pulled over was to check the GPS where we …
Saturday 18 September – Lake District
We went up to the Lake District with my cousin Shirley on Saturday. Went out to Whalley, a really lovely little village about 15 minutes from Burnley, where Shirley lives. We chose the picturesque family history tour on the drive up and took the motorway back. Sadly the weather gods weren't on …
... strong biner. The 30kN Boa is the – yes, and you’ve guessed it – ‘Grandaddy’’ of lockers'.
It has impressive gate closed strength and is robust enough to cope with the toughest of rigging scenarios. And yet, because it has an I-Beam construction, it is still impressively light.
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... he wanted rid of me! In the 5 days since deciding to go I've already got lost going to Liverpool from Manchester (just a simple 1 hour train journey away) and then only 2 hours after getting a backpack for my travels I lost that too... Only I sign of things to come. I will try update as much as I can with everything that goes on and share the weird and smelly situations I get in to. Next stop Thailand ( I ...