Proposal: Lanky people in Colostomy as a Spectator Sport?
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Proposal: Lanky people in Colostomy as a Spectator Sport?

  Having not caved in a while I was genuinely looking forward to Titan to Peak (especially as I have never done Titan as it was shut in my first year). This alone is proof that living at home is driving me mental as I am usually the first to try to get out of […]

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Let’s talk about Kevin (Eldon)

Let’s not. Instead we can talk about my first subterranean adventure since Parys Mountain last November. What with my exams finishing on Thursday and a foot that is 85% there*, the first free weekend I leapt at the chance to go caving at the spiritual homeland known as the TSG (albeit in my case mainly […]

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Of Mice and Moosetrap

I hate crawling. I really do. I struggle to put pen to paper (or keyboard to screen?) when I think of this vile misery. It varies from monotonous to awkward, and is usually slow and painful – much like lectures on medical ethics, and hopefully not this trip report you are reading. I only go […]

Peak vs Geographers
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Peak vs Geographers

As Peaches and I have taken it upon ourselves to heroically rescue the BCRA and lower it’s average age (but not by killing older members) we tried to entice some Geographers as a trial run for next year… This was done by emailing the Geographers and we got some keen, pensive ‘freshers’ (only one of […]

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A Weekend at the Chapel

By Tom1 This weekend a selection of SUSSites descended on the TSG for fun and games. On the saturday me, Ginger Steve, Sema and fresher Sam went for a play down P8 (after realising I’d forgotten the wellies for Sam)… I went in the alternative entrance to P8 which is rather tight and grim then met up […]