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Julian Field MailScanner at
Tue Jul 18 20:45:56 IST 2006

On Tue18 Jul 06, at 15:07, Denis Beauchemin wrote:

> Julian Field a écrit :
>> On 18 Jul 2006, at 13:48, Glenn Steen wrote:
>>> On 18 Jul 2006 13:32:14 +0100, Jeremy Henty  
>>> <jeremy.henty at> wrote:
>>>> On Tuesday, July 18, 2006 12:52 pm, Glenn Steen  
>>>> <glenn.steen at> wrote:
>>>> >
>>>> >As in "the city of Bergen in Norway"? Also known as the most rainy
>>>> >place in the whole of Scandinavia?
>>>> Tourist:  Kid, does it *always* rain in Bergen?
>>>> Child:    I don't know, I'm only six!
>>>> (Told to me by a friend who'd been there.)
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Jeremy Henty
>>> Unfortunately (for the citizens of Bergen) it's not really a  
>>> joke....:-)
>> Yes, it really was Bergen in Norway. T-shirt and shorts weather  
>> and blazing hot sun. We couldn't quite believe it either!
>> My photos are now online at
>> Let me know what you think of them. Phil and Kerry (about the only  
>> people in them) are the two friends I went with.
>> --Julian Field
> Quite impressive!  At first I thought it was just some ice at the  
> bottom of a hill but then I saw little people on it!  Never been  
> near a glacier!
> I spotted a geocaching hat... were you geocaching along your trip?   
> I know people that plan their vacations around geocaching.  Great  
> way to visit remote places that are quite often very beautiful/ 
> interesting.

The geocaching was incidental. We did a bit of geocaching along the  
way as we got near caches along our route. My friends I went with are  
really into geocaching, I'm a newbie myself, just about got all the  
software sorted out for my PDA. I'm going to do more caching in the  
future, for definite. It's a great way of finding interesting places  
in your surroundings. But you have to watch out for mugglers! :-)  
(see for those not yet educated in the finer arts).
Julian Field
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