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THE START HAS NOW CHANGED TO LLANIDLOES NOT MACH – NOON OUTSIDE THE SPAR STILL!
If you fancy coming along on a/the winter bivvy trip then here’s the details.

Meet in LLANIDLOES outside the Spar at noon on Saturday Dec’ 10th. Follow someone with a vague idea where they’re going into the woods. Spend all evening wondering if your sleeping bag really is up to the job, then spend all night finding out. We should be back in LLANIDLOES in time for a late breakfast on Sunday morning.

Don’t expect to be riding miles, I’d be slightly surprised if we did anymore than 20 miles in total. Tents may be a little hard to accommodate but anything else should be fine. The Bear Bones forum would be a good place to ask questions if you have any or email me directly … over and out.

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