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Adventure Forum?

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Hi,

Can anyone recommend another adventure/outdoor forum?

Thanks,
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Re: Adventure Forum?

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Hi Tankfish, there are a lot of them, if you are a 4x4 enthusiast you can try the 4x4community forum. Please remove if this against the rules Mods. :thumbs_up:
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Re: Adventure Forum?

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Cool, only reason I ask is that this forum doesn't really deal with KZN or more adventure type activities like kloofing etc,
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Re: Adventure Forum?

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Thats cause the average age of the forumites on this forum is about 92, and is 90% female at that TankFish. :twisted:
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So, just say we wanted to test the old tickers of these 92 year olds .... and introduced an Adventure Forum here. Do you guys think there would be enough SANParks related topics to justify one?
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Scipio wrote:Thats cause the average age of the forumites on this forum is about 92, and is 90% female at that TankFish. :twisted:
I thought it was only 39! the angels anyway! can't really talk for the muskateers. :hmz:
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:lol: It must be the muskateers that bring the average up as angels are definitely 39 :tongue:
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for me adventure is working my way through 3 hamburger
but then, i am past my 20tish

btw, believe the backpack trips in Kruger can be somewhat of a adventure :wink:
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Re: Adventure Forum?

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Now thats a good idea, a little Adventuere section, cause I know Sanparks have a lot to do, something you old fogeys never think about. :hmz:
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Scipio wrote:Now thats a good idea, a little Adventuere section, cause I know Sanparks have a lot to do, something you old fogeys never think about. :hmz:


Now that I've got my teeth back in and my walking ring ready for action.......... :twisted:
Am now ready for a hiking trail or two!

Seriously though, to answer Tankfish - try Golden Gate NP, there might be something there to suit you!
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Re: Adventure Forum?

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Scipio wrote:Now thats a good idea, a little Adventuere section, cause I know Sanparks have a lot to do, something you old fogeys never think about. :hmz:


Who do I send my consulting invoice to? My usual rate is R750/hr or 1000 posts.

PNF wrote:
Scipio wrote:Now thats a good idea, a little Adventuere section, cause I know Sanparks have a lot to do, something you old fogeys never think about. :hmz:


Now that I've got my teeth back in and my walking ring ready for action.......... :twisted:
Am now ready for a hiking trail or two!

Seriously though, to answer Tankfish - try Golden Gate NP, there might be something there to suit you!


Golden Gate is actually one of my favourite places. Very special area that.
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Re: Adventure Forum?

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Now that I've got my teeth back in and my walking ring ready for action..........
Am now ready for a hiking trail or two!


PNF, that new trail will be open shortly, I think that will be a good one. Even I will make it. :tongue:

Tankfish, As PNF said, Golden Gate, then Table mountain NP, then the trails, there is a lot on this forum, but spread out a bit. Wonder if there can be an "Activities" section in the forums. :hmz:

BTW, Welcome to this place. :thumbs_up:
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This thread is already a laugh a minute! I think an adventure forum might be highly interesting and entertaining; that is, for the less passive of us. :lol:
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OWN, just think of it, a section on the forum reading.....drumrolllllll.

Activities.

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