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Discussion in 'Bushcraft Chatter' started by hog, Jul 31, 2012.
Wishing my life away on this one, should be inspirational to meet this Great Man.
Enjoy fella, an let us know how it went pls. :thumbup:
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Should be very enjoyable !
Will get some photos taken when I go and will post on the forum, prezzie from SWMBO.
Thumbs up for SWMBO then !!!
100 %, will be going alone as she says its not her cup of tea, Dont understand women folk sometimes.
They are a different species, but couldnt do without them though !
where is that being held ?
Isle of Man, nothing happens for a thousand years... then this!! Got to be too much for the locals to take in.
yeah, i figured that much, i just wondered where on the IOM.
Douglas, the capital town at the local theatre.
nice one. I know the IOM pretty well, how long have you lived there ?
About 8 years now, moved here from South Africa when it all seemed a bit to dangerous for my Wife, dont blame her , with hind sight. Still go back from time to time to re connect with the bush.
Enjoy, that will be fascinating!
Should be good?
Not if I print off that ticket and get in before you
Seriously - do let us know what it's like.
Thanks Gents, will sit back and absorb the Mans adventures. See you at my seat Wanderingblade, if we can get away with it why not!!!
been over many times for the TT and Manx GP since 1978 and stayed all over. if you want a bit of a school boy giggle, go to Union Mills and check out the name of the Rev. at the church on the corner, next to the village shop where the BeeGees used to live.
I know the church, will be passing tomorrow , will go and look.
Lucky you! I saw him at a similar thing a few years ago - a very inspiring man. I got the impression he wouldn't suffer fools gladly, but perhaps you can't when you're doing the sort of things he does. I've read his book Beyond the Limits: Lessons Learned from a Lifetime's Adventures. A really interesting angle on what these sorts of exploits can teach us about how to live, as opposed to the usual 'where we went and what we did' sort of book.
Had the schoolboy giggle.