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Man wae a dug

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Re: Map case
« Reply #15 on: 07:51:29, 09/10/19 »

No  O0


I use a small bulldog clip to stop it opening out again of its own accord though  :)


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JerryW

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Re: Map case
« Reply #16 on: 14:46:48, 09/10/19 »
Totally digital, now .. no more map cases, total 1:25k uk coverage, never get lost, map always up to date and weatherproof .. i do completely understand why someone would want to stick with the map/compass routine they were brought up on, just as people still drive a ford prefect or an austin seven ..

sussamb

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Re: Map case
« Reply #17 on: 16:09:19, 09/10/19 »
Ouch  ;D O0
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Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: Map case
« Reply #18 on: 20:34:41, 09/10/19 »
Totally digital, now .. no more map cases, total 1:25k uk coverage, never get lost, map always up to date and weatherproof .. i do completely understand why someone would want to stick with the map/compass routine they were brought up on, just as people still drive a ford prefect or an austin seven ..
According to Douglas Adams, Ford Prefect had a very useful guide for getting yourself around. It covered a very large area and a wide range of helpful topics.

ninthace

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Re: Map case
« Reply #19 on: 20:51:11, 09/10/19 »
According to Douglas Adams, Ford Prefect had a very useful guide for getting yourself around. It covered a very large area and a wide range of helpful topics.
As I recall, the HHGTTG was a digital device in full mono headphone via Babel Fish voiced by Peter Jones
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1B9Y6qzHy4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5xcvAoKojo
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