Author Topic: TR - Levers Water wild camp  (Read 848 times)

snaderson

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Re: TR - Levers Water wild camp
« Reply #15 on: 08:29:03, 13/08/20 »
Great story, well told, and with very nice pictures too!

richardh1905

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Re: TR - Levers Water wild camp
« Reply #16 on: 08:35:07, 13/08/20 »
Great story, well told, and with very nice pictures too!


Thanks - glad that you enjoyed it  :)
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Re: TR - Levers Water wild camp
« Reply #17 on: 09:44:21, 13/08/20 »
This BMC article contains some useful tips on staying safe in a thunderstorm.

https://www.thebmc.co.uk/weathering-a-storm-how-to-survive-when-lightning-strikes


"He advises separating yourself from metal kit, such as tent poles, ice axes or climbing hardware..." - not really possible to separate yourself from the tent poles when you are spending the night cowering in the tent!
« Last Edit: 16:42:37, 13/08/20 by richardh1905 »
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Re: TR - Levers Water wild camp
« Reply #18 on: 17:50:17, 13/08/20 »
That is one of the reasons that I have decided to create my own website on Wordpress - if nothing else, it acts as an index to TRs published on here, and the TRs that I have copied onto the website (most of them now) are backed up for me to enjoy when I am in my dotage!


I have a Pro Flickr account where I save my pics and write up and the album of that trip is on there. I might not have done a TR, I normally copy them to post on here. Seemingly not that one!
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