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A book, written by Keith Stevens and Peter Whittaker, about trigpointing walks in the Peaks.
A book, written by Keith Stevens, about trigpointing walks in the Dales.
An e-book, written by John Davies, about the Primary Re-triangulation in Wales.
A book, written by a long standing T:UK member, about trigpoint walks in the Peak District.
Profile for CURRYSCRIM
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|Personal details:|| I started visiting trig points in 2002, but having only become a member in late 2007, I am in the process of logging them. A scrim is a strip of material with lots of holes in it and is very effective at keeping out the cold. It works on the same principle as the old string vest.There are 5 of us scrims, all keen ramblers, although only 2 are recording visits. With my liking for curries, I was dubbed curry scrim. Most of my visits have entailed a ramble although some recent ones have entailed a drive and a relatively short walk. I am 65 years of age and retired.
I recently acquired my 100th trig.on the 14th April 2008, I achieved my 100th at New Marton TP5098 and my 200th on July 6th at Bratton Hill TP1598. On Tuesday January 10th 2012 I bagged my 300th trig.|
|Total of 423 trigpoints logged:|
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|13th order - GPS||6|
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