Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Dave C » Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:20 pm

andymay wrote:I'm working from home on Friday, so can head off from about 4:30 onwards . . .

That would work for me.
Could discuss details at the wall tomorrow if you are going.
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Jodie » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:38 pm

Hi, I won't be at the wall tomorrow, I'm in feathersone WF7 if anyone's local ish to me? I'm getting a lift with Paul H as I'm able to leave Friday morning, just thought I'd check if anyone near me is leaving Friday morning?
Paul H, you're about an hour away from me but en route anyway, any time after 11am ok?
If people are doing any long walks let me know.
Claire, I'll join you walking Saturday if that's what you're still planning? But happy to join in anything really for my first meet, scrambling, climbing maybe? Think I'll leave my bike this time :D
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Kharrison23 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:03 pm

Claire T wrote:Silly question. What does BM & SC stand for in the name? Trying to figure out which cottage it is.


Barrow Mountaineering and Ski Club. https://bmasc.org.uk/cottage/
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby andymay » Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:10 am

Dave C wrote:
andymay wrote:I'm working from home on Friday, so can head off from about 4:30 onwards . . .

That would work for me.
Could discuss details at the wall tomorrow if you are going.
Dave.


Excellent - see you at the wall this evening
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Dave C » Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:08 pm

Hmmm... A themed meal you say...
When is it....? March 17th.
...No, nothing springs to mind.
Well, Top of the morning to you.
To be sure to be sure.
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Sarae » Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:16 pm

Oh dear....
Will it be potato based?
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Lindsay M » Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:34 pm

Sarae wrote:Oh dear....
Will it be potato based?


Stereotypes exist for a reason, i can think of few typically Irish foodstuffs that don't involve spuds!! It's really easy to make a big pot of Irish stew (or as I like to call it, stew), and as it's a one pot wonder it's ideal for hut meet dinners. Wish I wasn't busy this weekend or I'd be all over this theme :D
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Mountaineer » Tue Mar 13, 2018 10:08 pm

Getting there
Jodie Smallman, Paul Spinks and Paul Hudson are travelling up from Leeds on Friday morning.
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Ainsworp » Wed Mar 14, 2018 6:13 am

Sara and I will be setting off from Otley around 3-4. Can fit 1-2 more in the car if anybody wants to beat rush hour.
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Sherpa Kenzing » Wed Mar 14, 2018 9:52 am

See my first post for updates
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby andymay » Wed Mar 14, 2018 10:58 am

Sherpa Kenzing wrote:See my first post for updates


I'm traveling up with Mr. Clark
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Sherpa Kenzing » Wed Mar 14, 2018 12:39 pm

Thanks Andy, will Claire be going in your car?????
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Mountaineer » Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:23 pm

Ah - have just noticed
Guest Accommodation

On the ground floor there is a large fully equipped kitchen and dining area . The kitchen contains a commercial cooker and hob, microwave, fridges and small freezer. Pots, pans, tableware and cutlery are provided but please bring washing up materials. Also on the ground floor are the drying room with dehumidifier, two toilets and two showers. Upstairs there are 3 bunk rooms sleeping 4, 4, and 8 respectively on alpine style bunks. There are mattresses and pillows but please bring your own sleeping bags. Heating is by electric storage heaters throughout the building which can be supplemented with the woodburning stoves in the dining area and common room. Wood, firelighters and matches are not provided but are available from the garage in Coniston. The hot water system is powered by a gas boiler.

At Little Langdale there were no toilet rolls so John went off to get some when he arrived there.
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Sherpa Kenzing » Thu Mar 15, 2018 8:47 am

Hi Paul

Many thanks for that, I will bring some toilet rolls just in case.
If anyone needs the code for the hut door, let me know and I will send you the combination.
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Re: Coppermines Cottage 16-17th March

Postby Claire T » Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:01 am

I'm bringing my bike and may ending up riding alone on Sunday, so I'll travel separately.
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