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Report - Moonwalker - Birmingham - 11/02/09

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by Raddog, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. Raddog

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    Oct 17, 2005
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    When it snows - go in drains!

    Weather has been grim lately, but we all know it's always the same underground. OT was in the neighbourhood so we decided that a couple of hours of exploring the Birmingham drains was in order.

    Having done the upper reaches of Moonwalker last summer it was time for a look further downstream. This drain is one slippery bastard, I thought it was just me, but it was near impossible to stay on your feet. We invented and patented Drain0r StickZ (TM) for amateur drain0rz, that was literally the only way to stay upright!!!

    A good trip, only really started to scrape the surface in the time available, but will be back for more. Points of interest being white pigeons and gantry cat, watches drains you know!


    There aren't words to describe how slippery and fast flowing this weir was...


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  2. Oxygen Thief

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    Re: Moonwalker - Birmingham - 11/02/09 - REPORT

    Yeah this was one slippery bastard. Thank god for Drain0r StickZ (TM) tbh.

    Very few features in the miles that we walked, but I'm sure we'll be back for more.




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