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    Chris Gi reacted to Camino_tom's post in the thread First camino with Like Like.
    Thanks put in bilbao as my starting city!! Actually from Bristol, Uk
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    Chris Gi reacted to Rick of Rick and Peg's post in the thread Tick Warning! with Like Like.
    That's not all. Here's a list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tick-borne_disease#Examples The last one listed can cause you to develop an allergy to meat! :eek: Of course not. That's why they hitch rides on urban moths. ;)
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    Chris Gi reacted to Rick of Rick and Peg's post in the thread Tick Warning! with Like Like.
    Yeah. Now the ticks are catching flights on urban moths and jumping on you from above while you think you are sleeping safely in the city.
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    Chris Gi reacted to MinaKamina's post in the thread Tick Warning! with Like Like.
    One can never have enough tick warnings. There are too many urban myths about ticks around.
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    Chris Gi reacted to Annette london's post in the thread Tick Warning! with Like Like.
    Ha ha ...very funny This almost got me ....almost! It's good to have a few hearty laughs in the morning.....or indeed anytime
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    Chris Gi reacted to davebugg's post in the thread Tick Warning! with Like Like.
    Was it this guy? Picture courtesy of "The Tick", a superhero extraordinaire :)
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    Chris Gi reacted to David's post in the thread Tick Warning! with Like Like.
    wish I had seen this yesterday! - thought I should pass it on .....
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    Chris Gi reacted to Dorpie's post in the thread Roads v Paths with Like Like.
    Welcome to the forum @Davybhoy Your question is a good one. While guides can tell you what percentage of the time you're walking on or next to roads they may not give a great idea of how busy they are. As a Brit coming from a nation nearly half...
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    Chris Gi reacted to davebugg's post in the thread When Two Hyperlight Backpackers Meet with Like Like.
    Yeah, unless you're into the American backpacking scene, a lot of the inside jokes and terminology might not make sense. Hyperlight is a new sub category of Ultralight. Lightweight is heavier than Ultralight. :) Many of us joke about 'how low...
  • Chris Gi
    Hilarious. Definitely hints to Camino topics and Camino "comparisons". Thanks for keepin' the discussion fun.

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