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Default 02-11-2010, 09:35

Cheers guys

Yeah the water is deep it was about 15m where the bridge was lodged and drops off lower than that.

The boulder that was on it had gone so it came up fairly easily it was just fun getting it back over the chamber and back in place


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Default 02-11-2010, 10:21

Proper top job Ed and co.

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ditto that one, Im free the next few weekends too, and I finally have a car that does more thatn 16 mpg

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Default 02-11-2010, 12:18

How did the boulder manage to get moved Edd?


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Default 02-11-2010, 14:22

Dunno a few months ago it was sat on the bridge and when we went on saturday there was nothing there

This was how it was a while ago but it seems to have gone



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Default 02-11-2010, 15:14

No way thats mad as how thats moved? Or maybe someone else has had a go at tuggin it out, seems hefty though that thing!

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Default 02-11-2010, 18:11

Yeah am guessing repeated attempts to move it cleared the boulder and when we dragged it out the other side it was clear


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Default 02-11-2010, 19:42

Great work there - the boulder was actually moved by the kracken !


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You fancy it in a few weeks time?

yeah think we've got it planned for next weekend.


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Default 06-11-2010, 20:37

Cool man - we'll be going on the 5th December.


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Cool man - we'll be going on the 5th December.

Oh we've got a small road trip and a spot of camping planned for down south on the 4th and 5th for an explore down there , cheers any way though pal.


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