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Woods and Forests: a microadventure

How does this sound for an idea?

Head out one evening with a few friends for a delicious meal and a few drinks.

If you like the sound of that, why not try something similar to this video over the next few weeks as part of the solstice microadventure challenge?

You don’t need much stuff or time. Just pack this gear and whatever you fancy for dinner…

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  1. Richard Johnson Posted

    Alastair, when you come to America look me up, I’ll take you backpacking to Congaree Swamp National Forest. One of the last of the great floodplain forests that once covered the Eastern US. Just not in the summer, though, the mosquitoes will carry you away.

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