Thursday, August 31, 2006

Trigging in Lincolnshire

well just got back from Lincoln camping, it was rather fun, i shared my tent with my bike, which got me 3 Trigs whilst i was there. they were all quite strange ones, not like any trigs you will find up in lancashire. They were in very silly places, one was in the middle of a field that you had to jump through hedges and stuff to get to, and the other ones were hidden in bushes, i had to guess where they were at by using my map, and push through the hedge in the hope it was there, n silly stuff like that. here are the trigs i got whilst i was away...

South Carlton

Till Bridge

Nettleham

Don't forget to keep track of me and my trig's by clicking here

well now I'm back and its time for some more adventures, back to college on Monday, can't wait (not) and some videos are on there way as well, just gotta try and take the time to edit them, maybe this sat...

oki, well I'm gone, bed time for me now, bye!
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice bit o' triggin there josh....

Blogger _Chipwiz_Ben_ said...

Crazy, as if they'd put it in a bush. I thought they were measurement markers for old map making? You can't make good maps when the trig is in a bush! Gay council.

_Chipwiz_Ben_

Blogger Josho said...

at my best guess, the trig was not in the bush initially, but farmers who when divided their feilds up and stuff thought to them selves "if i put the trig in the bush, then it will not get in the way of farming" but some do keep it i nthe middle of the field and work around them.

thats my guess anyway, its either that, or some guy just wanted to make trigging fun, and like hide and seek. although there is emant to be a direct line of sight between trigs. so that wouldnt make sense!

well there you have it, dont tell me you havent learnt something new after youve read this!