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Report - Monkton Farleigh Districts 19/20, Wilts. - Jan. '12

Discussion in 'Mines and Quarries' started by Raptor Jesus, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. Raptor Jesus

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    Since moving to Kent I've not done a huge deal of exploring; other unwelcome things that life throws up had often got in the way, like a chronic rectal beehive. Or something. So naturally, when Mr Maniac of the Kent Branch brought word of a Wiltshire trip with the possibility of seeing one of the finest underground delights in the area, I accepted.

    We unceremoniously piled into the Maniacmobile with Dukes Maniac, Wevsky and Frosty an hour later than planned (but of course) and made camp in hotel Westwood (a four-star establishment) before redeploying to Palais Browns (travel by rail), hangovers included.

    Visted with a small number of a much larger group trip, thanks to everyone there! There's too many to list here and I'd be scared of forgetting someone.

    I suspect history has been covered innumerable times before, so have a link that should relieve your narrative woes, and absolve me of any responsibility to make an effort:

    http://www.nettleden.com/venues/monkton-farleigh/


    On with some pics:

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    Thanks again to everyone there for making it a brilliant weekend! Was also good to meet some of the folks from Manchester before they had to dash. :thumb

    Special props to Maniac for making sure we didn't all starve.


    Thanks for stopping by,

    RJ
     

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