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So that’s my little secret out in the open … everytime I’m out riding I find myself drawn to staring at the hills and mountain sides looking for natural cover to sleep under. Caves, overhangs and cairns can all make fantastic sheltered spots. Some stuff is just big enough to keep you out of the worst of the weather, while others have enough space to host a party … keep your eyes open and you never know what you’ll turn up, bus shelters however don’t count!
Two at a squeeze with sea views.

Someone was comfy here before you were!

Nice and snug for one.

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