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Discussion in 'Introductions & Welcomes' started by norfolknun, Nov 30, 2018.

  1. norfolknun

    norfolknun Member

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    Just ''rejoined'' after a break of a few years.

    Nice to see a new layout to the page.

    Based in North Norfolk.

    Mostly limited to walking and bushcraft meals on a day basis now.....(arthritis is taking it's toll.)

    Cheers

    Jeremy
     
  2. Robbi

    Robbi Bushcrafter through and through

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    Welcome back matey ☺
     
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  3. crosslandkelly

    crosslandkelly A somewhat settled

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    Hi. welcome back.
     
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  4. John Fenna

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    Welcome back!
     
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  5. Nice65

    Nice65 Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Welcome back. :)

    I know what you mean about arthritis. I had one hip replaced a few years ago and it’s been brilliant, but the other is painful to the point of seriously limiting what I can do, how far I can walk, and what I can carry. Bone on bone says my doctor after an X-ray.

    Still, I get much pleasure from packing some sandwiches and a flask and pootling off with the dogs for a few hours. If you want to get out for a night, consider a hammock. They’re a lot easier to get in and out of than ground dwelling and make a good chair too. I find just kneeling down on the ground for a while to stove cook locks me up a bit. Trekking poles are brilliant things, can take up to 40% of the weight and spread it.
     

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