anyone found a jeep near cragg/lee quarries this morning?!
hehe, lost a mate up there a few weeks ago, fortunately he ended up riding around heywood not still on the moors at gone midnight.
Binners me and a mate did cragg one night last year, afterwards he went down RMR I decided to have another bit of a lap of cragg before heading for sand beds. Halfway round I decided to head away from cragg on a very vague trail headed in what I thought was approximately the right direction. After 5 minutes the “track” had disappeared and I realised
A I could only see as far as my hopes could illuminate, no chance of navigating by topography
B I may have gotten disorientated by the twists and turns of the trail and sheep track I had been on
C I really didn’t know the area well
D this could end badly.
Luckily 2 mins later I hit the BW, big sigh of relief
ps there’s bit of the moor round there I reckon are a lot more than 20mins from civilisation, more like an hour – assuming you can see where you’re headedPosted 4 years agobinnersSubscriber
Donk – maybe its because I ride it all the time, I’m used to it. I did come unstuck a couple of times when I first moved over there. You know when you have one of those ‘hang on a minute. I’m not where I thought I was’ moments.
I don’t see how you could end up wandering around for over 3 hours though. Once you get some height you can see loads of places. Take your pick and aim for one
Clearly not the sharpest tools in the boxPosted 4 years agoD0NKSubscriber
I don’t see how you could end up wandering around for over 3 hours though.
oh yeah on a pleasant summer night like yesterday, completely agree, as someone commented elsewhere, industrial grade muppets
‘hang on a minute. I’m not where I thought I was’ moments
I seem to get a lot of them 😳Posted 4 years ago
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