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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

New TGO Report

Geoff Reed is returning to the TGO challenge this May, after ten years away from the event. He has fond memories though, and shares some of them from his 1995 crossing in the TGO Challenge section. Follow Geoff and his pal, Dave, as they make their way from Oban to Auchmithie, surviving trials by Guinness, lost maps, stag party, a wedding and finally being fire bombed on their way to successful crossing.

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Blogger Alan Sloman said...

This all sounds very familiar - except for the fire bombing. I am often amazed at how some characters manage it across Scotland. Mind you, if you have enough alcohol on board you probably need less clothes as your blood will freeze at a lower temperature.

That's my theory anyway. Works for me.

When are you at the Fife this year Geoff?

February 19, 2008 at 6:59 PM  
Blogger geoff reed said...

Hi Alan. not into Braemar as going via glen avon, glen builg and daldownie to balleter for the sunday evening. if i get ahead of myself i may hitch into braemar for a couple !!!!!!!!

February 20, 2008 at 11:23 PM  

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