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Trip up the mountains at the weekend...


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It better be somewhere remote and scary.

I have been doing mountain driving for 30 years and never once needed chains.


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My sister just bought a beach hut £290K :shock:


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Where Ovals? We have one of those in Hunstanton.


Mudeford Sandspit - Famously, the most expensive Beach Huts in the UK.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5283417/Beach-hut-sells-record-295-000-despite-having-no-loo.html


Does suggest (without any context I'll admit), a look at me syndrome ... silly money for a beach shack


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Trip up the mountains at the weekend...


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It better be somewhere remote and scary.

I have been doing mountain driving for 30 years and never once needed chains.


When I go skiing they often only let people up the access road if they either have a 4wd or chains (and on the odd occassion they sometimes insist on both). They have a chain rental truck at the bottom of the road when required.


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Trip up the mountains at the weekend...


Where do you live?




It better be somewhere remote and scary.

I have been doing mountain driving for 30 years and never once needed chains.


When I go skiing they often only let people up the access road if they either have a 4wd or chains (and on the odd occassion they sometimes insist on both). They have a chain rental truck at the bottom of the road when required.


Never, other than BC (which is mandatory winters) there is no regulations like this (setting aside commercial vehicles).

I run winters and drive in some pretty sketchy roads (or have) but never needed chains.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:43 pm 
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Wyndham Upalot wrote:
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My sister just bought a beach hut £290K :shock:


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Where Ovals? We have one of those in Hunstanton.


Mudeford Sandspit - Famously, the most expensive Beach Huts in the UK.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5283417/Beach-hut-sells-record-295-000-despite-having-no-loo.html


Does suggest (without any context I'll admit), a look at me syndrome ... silly money for a beach shack


They rented one a while back and really loved it. My sister is very excited to have eventually bought one, she loves staying right by the sea. And, whilst they are silly money - they are also still a good investment - but that's not what she's bought it for.

They can rent out for £1000+ per week - but they don't intend to do that, preferring to have it always available and for the rest of the (extended) family to use.


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ovalball wrote:
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My sister just bought a beach hut £290K :shock:


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Where Ovals? We have one of those in Hunstanton.


Mudeford Sandspit - Famously, the most expensive Beach Huts in the UK.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5283417/Beach-hut-sells-record-295-000-despite-having-no-loo.html


Does suggest (without any context I'll admit), a look at me syndrome ... silly money for a beach shack


They rented one a while back and really loved it. My sister is very excited to have eventually bought one, she loves staying right by the sea. And, whilst they are silly money - they are also still a good investment - but that's not what she's bought it for.

They can rent out for £1000+ per week - but they don't intend to do that, preferring to have it always available and for the rest of the (extended) family to use.


Fair point, and context ob; my sis owns a multi mil property in Bruxelles, and has a shack-cum-tent in Koksjide but, imo, it's decidely dull. I'm happy with my hovels and tentatively, in Dubai :roll:


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hornets wrote:
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Trip up the mountains at the weekend...


Where do you live?




It better be somewhere remote and scary.

I have been doing mountain driving for 30 years and never once needed chains.


When I go skiing they often only let people up the access road if they either have a 4wd or chains (and on the odd occassion they sometimes insist on both). They have a chain rental truck at the bottom of the road when required.


Never, other than BC (which is mandatory winters) there is no regulations like this (setting aside commercial vehicles).

I run winters and drive in some pretty sketchy roads (or have) but never needed chains.


It's pretty common for them to invoke the 'chains or 4wd' requirement, but I 've only once been required to put chains on the 4wd, but it was pretty icy and the road is fairly steep. And to add to the difficulty, it wa a weekend and fairly busy meaning you sometimes had to hang back before approaching some of the steeper bits (as you had to make sure you weren't going to have to stop partway up because of a car in front of you).

They actually had a V8 4WD ute with chains on that was helping some cars up some parts. It had a bit pad on the front and would ease up behind the car and push them up the hill.


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hornets wrote:
Edinburgh01 wrote:
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Trip up the mountains at the weekend...


Where do you live?




It better be somewhere remote and scary.

I have been doing mountain driving for 30 years and never once needed chains.


West of Scotland so not remote and only scary in a non-weather-way.

Was up at Bridge of Balgie at the weekend and half of the single track road is closed in winter. Got through the non closed bit without chains but couldn’t go any further with or without the chains. We walked the rest of the way up to the mountains and much of the way it was impossible to know where the road was and what was just glen. Occasional passing place signs helped but sometimes I was pushed to know whether the road was going to the left or right of it.

The three times I sank in the snow up to my chest confirmed that walking rather than driving was the correct option...


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ovalball wrote:
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My sister just bought a beach hut £290K :shock:


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Where Ovals? We have one of those in Hunstanton.


Mudeford Sandspit - Famously, the most expensive Beach Huts in the UK.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5283417/Beach-hut-sells-record-295-000-despite-having-no-loo.html

It is fantastic there. Not THAT fantastic though!


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pjm1 wrote:
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Trip up the mountains at the weekend...

Where do you live?

It better be somewhere remote and scary.

I have been doing mountain driving for 30 years and never once needed chains.

West of Scotland so not remote and only scary in a non-weather-way.

Was up at Bridge of Balgie at the weekend and half of the single track road is closed in winter. Got through the non closed bit without chains but couldn’t go any further with or without the chains. We walked the rest of the way up to the mountains and much of the way it was impossible to know where the road was and what was just glen. Occasional passing place signs helped but sometimes I was pushed to know whether the road was going to the left or right of it.

The three times I sank in the snow up to my chest confirmed that walking rather than driving was the correct option...

You should have come in to say hello since you went past my house. I've had to tow 3 stuck cars and an Asda delivery van over the last few days.

When you say ‘half the single track road is closed in winter’, are you talking about the Lawers road? It is not ploughed or gritted so people who overestimate their vehicles abilities die up there. I assume that if you were heading up the hills you knew what you were doing, but it is outright astonishing how many people try their luck with totally inappropriate vehicles and no shovels, boots, warm clothes etc.

Coincidentally on Saturday I took my Discovery with all terrain tyres up some local forest / hydro tracks just to see what I could get through. There was no risk as I know the tracks and went up slopes, but not down the other sides so if I did get stuck, I could back down the hill. What these things can do with proper tyres, raised suspension and on snow setting is quite staggering.


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Edinburgh01 wrote:
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Trip up the mountains at the weekend...

Where do you live?

It better be somewhere remote and scary.

I have been doing mountain driving for 30 years and never once needed chains.

West of Scotland so not remote and only scary in a non-weather-way.

Was up at Bridge of Balgie at the weekend and half of the single track road is closed in winter. Got through the non closed bit without chains but couldn’t go any further with or without the chains. We walked the rest of the way up to the mountains and much of the way it was impossible to know where the road was and what was just glen. Occasional passing place signs helped but sometimes I was pushed to know whether the road was going to the left or right of it.

The three times I sank in the snow up to my chest confirmed that walking rather than driving was the correct option...

You should have come in to say hello since you went past my house. I've had to tow 3 stuck cars and an Asda delivery van over the last few days.

When you say ‘half the single track road is closed in winter’, are you talking about the Lawers road? It is not ploughed or gritted so people who overestimate their vehicles abilities die up there. I assume that if you were heading up the hills you knew what you were doing, but it is outright astonishing how many people try their luck with totally inappropriate vehicles and no shovels, boots, warm clothes etc.

Coincidentally on Saturday I took my Discovery with all terrain tyres up some local forest / hydro tracks just to see what I could get through. There was no risk as I know the tracks and went up slopes, but not down the other sides so if I did get stuck, I could back down the hill. What these things can do with proper tyres, raised suspension and on snow setting is quite staggering.


Spot on, we were heading for the pair of Mealls but got to about 650m and decided to turn back. Just too deep to enjoy the walk and not a technically difficult excursion to warrant all that effort. We wild camped at the sign which says, “Danger no snowploughs used beyond here”. Had an amazing camp in a glorious setting and then headed up the following morning.

I can confirm my M&S tyres on the RR need replacing - thinking Duratec or Wranglers or similar. I did also manage a bit of towing back at home - amusingly an X3 on runflats. The Kia Sportage behind was fine but the BMW would have caused a long jam had I not driven down to help him up to the top.


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Spot on, we were heading for the pair of Mealls but got to about 650m and decided to turn back. Just too deep to enjoy the walk and not a technically difficult excursion to warrant all that effort. We wild camped at the sign which says, “Danger no snowploughs used beyond here”. Had an amazing camp in a glorious setting and then headed up the following morning.

I can confirm my M&S tyres on the RR need replacing - thinking Duratec or Wranglers or similar. I did also manage a bit of towing back at home - amusingly an X3 on runflats. The Kia Sportage behind was fine but the BMW would have caused a long jam had I not driven down to help him up to the top.


Farking hell, he does't just have any tyres, they are M&S tyres!


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Spot on, we were heading for the pair of Mealls but got to about 650m and decided to turn back. Just too deep to enjoy the walk and not a technically difficult excursion to warrant all that effort. We wild camped at the sign which says, “Danger no snowploughs used beyond here”. Had an amazing camp in a glorious setting and then headed up the following morning.

I can confirm my M&S tyres on the RR need replacing - thinking Duratec or Wranglers or similar. I did also manage a bit of towing back at home - amusingly an X3 on runflats. The Kia Sportage behind was fine but the BMW would have caused a long jam had I not driven down to help him up to the top.


Aren't Wranglers and Duratec the same thing?

I had Wranglers on my Grand Cherokee long time ago. Great offroad, poor on. General Grabbers are the tyre of choice on Land Rover products in this part of the world for general on / off road use. I've used AT, AT2 and prefer the AT3. The AT2 looks more aggressive but I've never found anything for my needs the AT3 can't cope with, and it is better on road. Though the AT2 may be better in conditions I'm not brave enough to attempt. However, at the weekend the Disco with AT3s got up a mile slope when a Mitsubishi with huge chunky tyres (do not know what) could only manage 100m of the shallow slope at the bottom.

Not sure there's a version for a Rolls though.


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Spot on, we were heading for the pair of Mealls but got to about 650m and decided to turn back. Just too deep to enjoy the walk and not a technically difficult excursion to warrant all that effort. We wild camped at the sign which says, “Danger no snowploughs used beyond here”. Had an amazing camp in a glorious setting and then headed up the following morning.

I can confirm my M&S tyres on the RR need replacing - thinking Duratec or Wranglers or similar. I did also manage a bit of towing back at home - amusingly an X3 on runflats. The Kia Sportage behind was fine but the BMW would have caused a long jam had I not driven down to help him up to the top.


Farking hell, he does't just have any tyres, they are M&S tyres!


Ha ha - that made me spit my tea out...

Edin, yes you’re right - I’ve spent a bit of time working through the tyre reviews and got them around my neck a bit. It was Duratec (aka Wrangler) which I was struggling to find in 255/55 R20. But I found the General Grabber in AT, AT2 and AT3 for a decent price. Was leaning towards the 3...


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Very nice. I'm guessing D stands for Diesel. Why did you buy a Diesel car in the current climate?


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Found Microsoft has already suspended back up services for phones on Win 8.1, the only way they can be backed up, fuck them, fuck them, fuck them.

Android now.

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You need to get on to Globus' man at Ford, he'll sort you out


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Very nice. I'm guessing D stands for Diesel. Why did you buy a Diesel car in the current climate?


Because any Merc 4 cylinder petrol motor is a nail.


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You need to get on to Globus' man at Ford, he'll sort you out

I ruddy well will. If help is required, just pop a post up.


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You need to get on to Globus' man at Ford, he'll sort you out

I ruddy well will. If help is required, just pop a post up.


I need some help with a tradie van myself.
I need one.


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Embroidery machine. Older, but still well capable. Actually it was given to me, but I had to pay to have it delivered across town. Owes me $320 so far. :lol:

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You like it so far?


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Not sure if pic will show. Photobucket seems to want money. What do people use now?

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Yeah yeah you pay a premium but if you aren't that techie and only want to browse forums/youtube, the usability kicks arse. Shits all over windows and is very fast.


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Yeah yeah you pay a premium but if you aren't that techie and only want to browse forums/youtube, the usability kicks arse. Shits all over windows and is very fast.


As a network engineer, I just have to say I hate Mac PCs. They really are shite. I have no idea why plums state they are better than windows machines....


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As a network engineer, I just have to say I hate Mac PCs. They really are shite. I have no idea why plums state they are better than windows machines....


Because the thing starts up when I want it to and I don't have to wait 40 minutes. Windows might be better with the tech stuff that is way above my head, but I don't need it for that - I'm not looking to code for Elon Musk.


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You like it so far?


And did you get the pink one?

Yeah, it's not bad, at least I can back it up to my computer. Better as a phone too, no more complaints people can't hear me. Better internet experience also. But the Windows Nokia had much the better swipe keyboard. Also took me a while to find a suitable substitute for OneNote. I'd like this Xperia Z5 Compact with the Nokia keyboard. Fer shure, the pink one with a burgundy leather case from Snakehive.

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As a network engineer, I just have to say I hate Mac PCs. They really are shite. I have no idea why plums state they are better than windows machines....

I'm not a network engineer but I hate them too. I know people who can't save a file on them because they can't find folders.


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As a network engineer, I just have to say I hate Mac PCs. They really are shite. I have no idea why plums state they are better than windows machines....

I'm not a network engineer but I hate them too. I know people who can't save a file on them because they can't find folders.


Congrats, you know morons :thumbup:


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