Ordnance Survey Maps?

Old Aug 5th 2008, 2:27 am
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Originally Posted by another bloody yank
We have 1 million printers. I need it's name, or someone that has access and needs a map or two...
Hey what kind of printer is it. I can help you print the config page so you'll know what the name is. Also, do you have admin rights on your computer? If we're lucky it's on a print server and you won't have to install a thing.
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Hey what kind of printer is it. I can help you print the config page so you'll know what the name is. Also, do you have admin rights on your computer? If we're lucky it's on a print server and you won't have to install a thing.
What?

I think I'm just going to bribe the girl that uses it with chocolate.
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What?

I think I'm just going to bribe the girl that uses it with chocolate.
Now that's the way to go.
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Old Aug 5th 2008, 4:05 am
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Originally Posted by mjd
It gets pretty harsh during summer in Florida . . .
I camped in the Florida Keys at the end of July one year. When we pulled into the campsite, we saw that people had portable a/c units hooked up to their tents. Phwar, we thought. It didn't take us long to realize that it was UNBEARABLE without said a/c. It was truly horrible.
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Old Aug 5th 2008, 5:56 am
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Well there's a little ramble called the Appalachian Trail.................


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Originally Posted by Ray
camping.
I wonder why americans call sleeping in a trailer or RV (basically mini homes) camping? Where I come when you go camping you rough it sleeping in a tent!
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I wonder why americans call sleeping in a trailer or RV (basically mini homes) camping? Where I come when you go camping you rough it sleeping in a tent!
I call a three star hotel living rough ....
a two star ..camping
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I call a three star hotel living rough ....
a two star ..camping
So what would you call camping? slumming it?
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So what would you call camping? slumming it?
I get Sanchez to do that for me ....
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Yes, no Americans go camping or enjoy hiking. None.
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Originally Posted by Hiro11
Yes, no Americans go camping or enjoy hiking. None.
"Outdoorsy" things in general just aren't done here.


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Originally Posted by Ash UK/US
I wonder why americans call sleeping in a trailer or RV (basically mini homes) camping? Where I come when you go camping you rough it sleeping in a tent!
If it were an independent motorized unit, I'd call it RVing-a popup trailer (while a step up from a tent) is more camping. We compromised and had a popup years ago, but I cooked over the campfire, rather than inside.


We do ,after all, have a few more creepy crawlies in the US than the UK. Come to think of it, some of the things you can run across here camping are too big to creep or crawl.
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Originally Posted by mjd
Hi All,

I am waiting out my permanent residence application and want to keep occupied.

In the UK I was keen on camping and walking and we could pretty much find public footpaths anywhere and there was always an OS map that covered the area.

Does anyone know of any equivalents here in the US? If it depends on state, then Florida and also New England area (Ma, Ct, NH, Vt) specifically!

Thanks
Maps are the least of your problems. Knee length boots, snake repellent & machine gun, will be more useful.

Good Luck Happy hiking.
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Ps. don't sit on any rocks or pickup sticks.
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