/ Kinder Downfall

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Dom Whillans on 05 Oct 2011
Is it in yet?
Andy Mountains - on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Dom Whillans:

Absolutely!
idiotproof (Buxton MC) - on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Andy Mountains:

Has been for weeks... keep up!
jimjimjim on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Dom Whillans: you're to late, it's all gone.
Darren Jackson - on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Dom Whillans:

Are you taking the piss?... There's not much chance of the Downfall ever being 'in' again, given that the River Kinder was dammed during the summer to create a new lake on top of the plateau in the hope of attracting pelicans.
ChrisHolloway1 - on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Dom Whillans: Yeah mate get in there before the n00bs go and smash it up....
Tony the Blade on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Dom Whillans:

Oh please do try to keep up, it's been 'in' for weeks now!

Here's a clip of my mate on it... http://tinyurl.com/kinderfun
jimjimjim on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Tony the Blade: damn you....that took 5 seconds to load on my phone....5 seconds of my life wasted.
Danzig on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Darren Jackson: Time for the Dambusters to fly again..? What a waste of time-too little way too late...
gethin_allen on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Darren Jackson:
Are you serious? (serious question not being sarcastic, knowing that you like your birds so my know things I don't)
Last time I was up there (a couple of months back there were various little plastic dams in place all over the plateau but there was still plenty of water going over the downfall.
Danzig on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to gethin_allen:
Of course he's not serious! You'd never get Pelicans up there!

It's for the Flamingos...
Tony the Blade on 05 Oct 2011
In reply to Danzig:
> (In reply to gethin_allen)
> Of course he's not serious! You'd never get Pelicans up there!
>
> It's for the Flamingos...

But only the pretty ones!
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nniff - on 06 Oct 2011
In reply to Tony the Blade:
> (In reply to Danzig)
> [...]
>
> But only the pretty ones!


With tackety feet and castanets?

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