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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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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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Glyn nav   on 11/02/18 @ 21:00 said:

Thanks june so do i its killing me. Thanks to everyone who came along today on a slighty longer recce than i thought it would be.i appreciate everyone who turned up in awful conditions to come on the walk.despit the conditions i loved every min off it.this is what sundays are made for walking with the outdoorduo gang

Mr H   on 11/02/18 @ 21:32 said:

Hi Glyn.
Another good walk today and thanks for putting it on, I'm looking forward to future walks.

Strider   on 11/02/18 @ 21:33 said:

Great ('fairly easy' ) walk Glyn, together with great company! In conjunction with great clothes and waterproof (almost!) footwear, it was all good, despite the muddy environment! A little surprised at the ferocity of the frequent blizzards, especially as the Alps (from which I have just returned) were far gentler! Good to catch-up with OD folks new and old (and sometimes a bit confused about the difference between paths and rivers ). See y'all soon...

Camino Queen   on 11/02/18 @ 22:07 said:

Hey Strider a little imagination goes along way. Thanks for dig. Must have been something in my water flask causing a mirage.
Brill climb thanks for monkey lift??
Glyn you are a hero putting these 10 milers oops slightly further walks on
Thanks for the roastie

Cazzer  on 12/02/18 @ 7:47 said:

Thanks for another great, muddy and wet day out with good companyxx

Carpe Diem!   on 12/02/18 @ 15:34 said:

What a brilliant day. A tapestry of shivers, smiles, snowy flakes and funny moments. Thank you Glyn. Great to see everyone, remeet Steve and show Adam I'm still alive and kicking. I had such a hairy drive home though... sat nav took me high into ferocious conditions and dire visibility. Rerouted 3 times and finally made it past stranded cars and rescue services. Two and three-quarter hours for an hour's journey. Worth it though to banter with you lot! J x

Lazlo Woodbine   on 12/02/18 @ 16:20 said:

Bin the sat nav Jonathan, they are rubbish. Maps rule, Sat navs are for the dim witted.

Carpe Diem!   on 12/02/18 @ 17:08 said:

Lazlo Woodbine: couldn't see the road let alone read a map while doing Arctic driving

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