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In Brief

The first in a new, occasional series of blog posts.

If you’re off on a big trip, doing a fund-raising ultramarathon, have relevant stuff for sale, want to share a link, are looking for an expedition partner, or anything else you think might be relevant, then this is the place to share†it.

Today’s moveable feast of assorted goodies come from people who signed up for the recent Adventurers’ Gathering at the Royal Geographic Society.

If you want to share your link sin the In Brief section imply send a 1-line message and link to†[email protected] with the subject header†Contribution for In Brief and I’ll try to include as many as possible in the next sporadic update.†[Have a look at today's and make your 1-liner more descriptive than this first batch!]

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  1. Thanks for the mention and for arranging the get together at the RGS :)

    107 days to go until we’re off…

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  2. Thanks for the mention Al!

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