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1 minute ago, BuddieinEK said:
1 hour ago, Yflab said:
It’s probably a mute point anyway this vote, as GLS will probably veto any fans input. He has stated at AGMs in the past that the fans can’t be trusted to choose strips and he prefers a plain back so that he can see the names and numbers of the players.

moot point.

Bassa. Just beat me to it. 

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26 minutes ago, antrin said:

I was just wondering when you chaps were going to spot that!🤓

I was leaving it for you, but they two jumped in and stole it from you.  Very inconsiderate, in my opinion. :D

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37 minutes ago, TPAFKA Jersey 2 said:

By the way antrin, keep meaning to ask. Where is your profile picture taken. 

In a US National Park -  White Pocket, Arizona.  Probably one of the most beautiful yet inhospitable places I've ever visited.

white pocket - Google Search

White Pocket, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona (americansouthwest.net)

It's a remote part of a remote region.  It took us 2 hours in with a robust 4WD, untracked,  skimpy, scrappy unreliable maps, GPS little help.

We explored for about 2 hours.  Then another 2 hours back out to an unsurfaced 'road'.  Saw no other humans for a total of 7 hours.

Wonderful wind carved multicoloured sandstone shapes.  Quite fragile.

But it's a desert.  Very thirst-making.  No pubs.  No scotch eggs.

I highly recommend it.  Big water bottles are de rigeur.

 

Thanks for asking.  Gave me another excuse to look at some Google images again.  :)

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46 minutes ago, antrin said:

 

In a US National Park -  White Pocket, Arizona.  Probably one of the most beautiful yet inhospitable places I've ever visited.

white pocket - Google Search

White Pocket, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona (americansouthwest.net)

It's a remote part of a remote region.  It took us 2 hours in with a robust 4WD, untracked,  skimpy, scrappy unreliable maps, GPS little help.

We explored for about 2 hours.  Then another 2 hours back out to an unsurfaced 'road'.  Saw no other humans for a total of 7 hours.

Wonderful wind carved multicoloured sandstone shapes.  Quite fragile.

But it's a desert.  Very thirst-making.  No pubs.  No scotch eggs.

I highly recommend it.  Big water bottles are de rigeur.

 

Thanks for asking.  Gave me another excuse to look at some Google images again.  :)

Pish, u have never been there!

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1 hour ago, antrin said:

 

In a US National Park -  White Pocket, Arizona.  Probably one of the most beautiful yet inhospitable places I've ever visited.

white pocket - Google Search

White Pocket, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona (americansouthwest.net)

It's a remote part of a remote region.  It took us 2 hours in with a robust 4WD, untracked,  skimpy, scrappy unreliable maps, GPS little help.

We explored for about 2 hours.  Then another 2 hours back out to an unsurfaced 'road'.  Saw no other humans for a total of 7 hours.

Wonderful wind carved multicoloured sandstone shapes.  Quite fragile.

But it's a desert.  Very thirst-making.  No pubs.  No scotch eggs.

I highly recommend it.  Big water bottles are de rigeur.

 

Thanks for asking.  Gave me another excuse to look at some Google images again.  :)

Nice one. I thought it looked like Torridonian sandstone but didn’t look like a Torridonian sky! 😃

I’m off to look at my photies of An Teallach, Liathach and Bienn Alligin.

 

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