/ NEWS: New Use for Ex-Mountain Rescue Helicopter
This development has left the military with a fleet of Sea King choppers and not much to do with them.
Step in UKClimbing.com and Rockfax.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=52730
In the photo, is that Mr Craggs looking for his missing trainers?
I particularly like the clever reflexion in CCrags uber-cool sun glasses.
Not sure which of the new nicknames will stick - 'Boggles' or 'Chopper'!
totally suckered in, well done.
> ...the clever reflexion in CCrags uber-cool sun glasses.
It's a double bluff, he really is at Beeston Tor, and they have placed a picture of a mock-up office in front of him. Very clever.
I think chopper.
> I think chopper.
You need to be very, very careful, "know what I mean Frank".
Choppers no good... where will those sweet aviators rest without his ears?
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