The Turquoise Mountain - Brian Blessed
Sea Ice and Rock - Bonington and Knox-Johnson
Arctic Diary - Sam and Richard Branson
Learning To Breathe - Andy Cave
Mad Dogs And Englishmen - Ranulph Fiennes ( signed)
Mind over Matter - Fiennes
Seven Years in Tibet-Heinrich Harrer
Into Thin Air - Jon Krakauer
Mountains of the Mind - Robert McFarlane
Nepal - Lonely Planet guide
Dark Shadows Falling - Joe Simpson
From Heaven Lake -Vikram Seth
The Cruellest Miles - Gay and Laney Salisbury
Scandinavian Mountains ( guide) -Peter Lennon
Travels in a thin Country ( Chile) - Sara Wheeler
Sacred Summits - John Muir
One Man’s Mountains -Tom Patey
The Villain -Jim Perrin
Best of Boulder Climbs - Richard Rossiter
The Epic of Mount Everest - Sir Francis Younghusband
£2 each/3 for£5 or less! Please add £3 postage.
Sarah Wheeler and 7 years in Tibet if available. Sort payment and postage after Xmas. Seasons greetings Peter
I'd like to take Into thin air, Learning to Breathe and The Villain please. Have emailed you. Happy Christmas, Christy.
Will do. Thank you and Merry Xmas to you and yours.
Great. Have answered. Merry Xmas to you and yours. X
Hi, I'd be interested in taking a few if they're still going. Looks like Into Thin Air is taken?
Mountains of the Mind
Sea Ice and Rock
Undecided as for a third one - maybe you could include your favourite of what remains?
What do you reckon as for postage to Ireland?
reply to concertina: postage ranges from £4/5 with Hermes to around £8/9 with Royal Mail
Ranulph Fiennes is amazing his lectures are really amusing and interesting but Tom Patey was recommended to me by Hamish so I have a fondness for that book Joe Simpson is a good writer ( Touching the Void)
Thanks a lot. Merry Xmas x
Books received, thanks again!
Hi, is The Villain still available? Ta
Sorry no. It sold quickly.
15-year-old French climber Oriane Bertone has climbed Super Tanker (Font 8B+) at Cuvier Rempart in Fontainebleau, France.