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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Mexico to Canada with John Manning

Just caught up with this on John Manning's Blog. John was TGO's deputy editor (Deppity Dawg) and is a fine outdoors journalist.

John is giving a talk on his epic Pacific Crest Trail walk on March 26th in Stainforth - details below. And it's in the middle of stupendous walking country, so we'll be toddling along. Hope to see you there!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tres excellent!

*reaches for diary*

January 22, 2010 at 8:03 PM  
Blogger John Manning said...

Hey Phil, Many thanks again for this great plug, which I can verify is having an effect boosting ticket sales.

If anyone's still following this thread and is thinking of coming, I'd urge you to book ahead as tickets are selling quickly now.

I'm aware that some folk are travelling big distances to be here and would hate for anyone to arrive to find the event sold out.

Feel free to give me a ring on OI729 822547 to reserve tickets (only two quid a a shot!) or drop me an email at john(at)outdoorsmanning(dot)com.

March 1, 2010 at 3:23 PM  
Anonymous John Manning said...


Due to high ticket sales, the talk will now be held at St Peter's Church in Stainforth. Same time, same date, but the church's capacity is at least twice that of the village hall. Which means tickets are back on sale!

March 12, 2010 at 8:47 AM  

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