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    Hitting the wall

    One of our rides is on army training land and still has a lot of WW2 remnants. The platforms are built over boglands to allow access for bird watchers and makes for a interesting ride.
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    A few more.
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    Where is that Alan? Don't recognise it.

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    We rode from the Devils Punch bowl to Surrey Common, thats where the wall is and then on to another common that has the raised platforms over the water. There are loads of trails to ride so it is well worth a visit.

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    nice shots, ajr!

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    Any more UK ride photo's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge
    Any more UK ride photo's
    I have but I cannot figure how to get them to load now I am using a new camera. I think the size is to big. I just need to figure out how to reduce it to load them, as you know I am not a computer whiz,so it is a pain at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajr
    I have but I cannot figure how to get them to load now I am using a new camera. I think the size is to big. I just need to figure out how to reduce it to load them, as you know I am not a computer whiz,so it is a pain at the moment.

    most image programs have a "resize/resample" option...

    also..if you still want "big versions" you could use a service like flickr or photobucket and just link the images from there

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    Quote Originally Posted by crisillo
    most image programs have a "resize/resample" option...

    also..if you still want "big versions" you could use a service like flickr or photobucket and just link the images from there
    Thanks, I will take a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajr
    Thanks, I will take a look.
    No problem!

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    Cool terrain. Nice to be around a place with historical significance too.

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