Author Topic: VR - Place Fell  (Read 778 times)

beefy

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VR - Place Fell
« on: 18:59:08, 07/02/18 »
Hi guys beefy here 8)
Here's another video report


https://youtu.be/l3ln6EyyAnY
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April

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #1 on: 19:30:26, 07/02/18 »
Very nice vid  :)

I'm still laughing at your vidbomber on the summit  ;D
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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #2 on: 20:26:06, 07/02/18 »
Love that - views are wonderful.  I think she fancied you.

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #3 on: 09:45:25, 08/02/18 »
I may have to change my ringtone to 'look at 'em... [censored]'.


Lovely vid and photos, I think the hills are really at their best when there is snow on the tops but not in the valleys.
Over hill, over dale. Thorough brush, thorough brier....
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beefy

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #4 on: 09:46:12, 08/02/18 »
Very nice vid  :)

I'm still laughing at your vidbomber on the summit  ;D
Thanks ape  O0
Yeah a proper space invader  >:(


Love that - views are wonderful.  I think she fancied you.
Thanks pdstsp  O0
Donít your scaring me  ;D
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beefy

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #5 on: 09:48:56, 08/02/18 »
I may have to change my ringtone to 'look at 'em... [censored]'.


Lovely vid and photos, I think the hills are really at their best when there is snow on the tops but not in the valleys.
Thanks ridge  O0
Lol they irritate me
They were on the summit for a while as I was approaching I waited a few mins camera in hand and eventually when I got on the summit I was video bombed  >:(
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photonut

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #6 on: 09:59:25, 08/02/18 »
Nice vid.

Summit slugs.. great name for unwanted lingering summit cling-ons!!!  :2funny:

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #7 on: 10:09:19, 08/02/18 »
Thanks for the views that I may never get to see. Vicarious hiking? Not enough time to do all the walks I want, probably not enough knees left to do the climbs as such. So the fact that you and others do this and share the VRs is great for those small hours when sleep no longer arrives, and the books can be put to one side.
 Just a word of advice, if you made them a lot more boring then maybe I could get to sleep, do you think?
Too little, too late, too bad......

beefy

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #8 on: 11:32:47, 08/02/18 »
Nice vid.

Summit slugs.. great name for unwanted lingering summit cling-ons!!!  :2funny:
Thanks photonut  O0
Have you not seen the summit slugs thread


http://www.walkingforum.co.uk/index.php?topic=34420.0


Thanks for the views that I may never get to see. Vicarious hiking? Not enough time to do all the walks I want, probably not enough knees left to do the climbs as such. So the fact that you and others do this and share the VRs is great for those small hours when sleep no longer arrives, and the books can be put to one side.
 Just a word of advice, if you made them a lot more boring then maybe I could get to sleep, do you think?
Thanks Jimbob  O0
There's plenty of boring rubbish on the internet, just google tree top treks and read what turnip is trying to do at Thirlmere  :crazy2:
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photonut

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #9 on: 12:13:31, 08/02/18 »

Have you not seen the summit slugs thread


Thanks Beefy, I've just spotted it..... a bit like the wall of shame  ::)
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jimbob

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #10 on: 12:21:25, 08/02/18 »
Tree top treks. Just watched it. Looks great actually my kids/ grand-kids would love this. BUT it is in the wrong place. Stately home gardens, urban parks that it the place for this type of thing. Get kids active where they live.  You would not build a climbing wall at the base or middle of Mon Blanc or Everest would you? Suggest Rickerby Park in Carlisle, the Town Moor in Newcastle or Alnwick gardens for example. Not only better suited places in terms of the wherefore but so much closer to people that company profits would be increased and kids would get a good days entertainment.
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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #11 on: 22:09:38, 09/02/18 »
More great scenery Beefy, well done  O0


As you become better known as a film maker it goes with the territory that your fans will want to get within touching distance so they can tell their grandchildren in years to come.  ;D


Regards Keith

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« Reply #12 on: 09:24:15, 10/02/18 »
Brilliant video beefy.. i hope you did not pick up that adder
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beefy

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #13 on: 18:43:38, 10/02/18 »
More great scenery Beefy, well done  O0


As you become better known as a film maker it goes with the territory that your fans will want to get within touching distance so they can tell their grandchildren in years to come.  ;D


Regards Keith
Thanks Welsh rambler  O0
I don't think Terry Abraham needs to move over just yet  ;D


Brilliant video beefy.. i hope you did not pick up that adder
Thanks Gary  O0
April nearly stepped on it  ;D
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Mel

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Re: VR - Place Fell
« Reply #14 on: 18:02:05, 11/02/18 »
Hey.  Why didn't I spot this last week?   >:(


Great vid again beefy.  I loved the music too, very relaxing.


Do you think that lady realised at the last minute, past the point of no return, that she'd just vidibombed you?  ;D

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