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I have met a very special lady through this site. Thank-you for your help
Barry M 

It was a great experience to join OD back in April 2016 and meet some very nice like-minded people; I enjoyed some amazing walks that I would otherwise never discovered.

I met M on the site about 2 years ago and we are now about to move in together. I keep recommending people to OD as it's been fantastic and I've loved being part of the 'family'.Thank you for everything.Vee

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Lorna burton 

I have found someone and we are getting along very well. I am pleased I heard about your Site from a friend as I consider it to be a good genuine site for finding someone compatible. Many thanks

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Etiquette: Pictures

First some context:

This is predominantly a singles friendship and dating site with an outdoor activity focus.   There are some members who are attached and just looking for walking buddies, or who met on the site and who wish to keep up with their friends.   We provide tools so you can meet up and have fun, either through trad. dating or by posting and/or enjoying Invite meets. Smile


One of my favourite parts of the site, the pictures section says a great deal.

  • Clearly try and restrict pictures to an outdoor or "Invitations" theme, or images linked to these things in some way.  There are plenty of specialist picture sharing sites out there for the other stuff.
  • Please only post your own pictures, and don't re-post images from other sites.
  • New members are welcome to post images of themselves in action.  The "View soandso's pictures" link in their profile will now work.  However, please don't upload your entire photo collection!
  • Pictures of children are OK if relevant. Pictures are unlikely to compromise a child's safety unless other details are added such as full name, school and so on.  A random picture of a random child at a random location is unlikely to be a safety concern.
  • No nudity or so called "adult" images.