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The water table is about six inches below the surface, so it's ideal for combining defensive and watermanship [[exercise]]s.
 
The water table is about six inches below the surface, so it's ideal for combining defensive and watermanship [[exercise]]s.
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Many a later afternoon in Otterburn, you'll think that the sun (If it has even bothered to show up for work that day) has just had an eclipse. It is infact a horde of ravenous midges arising from their pits to gorge upon your tasty blood.
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You may think ahead and take a mossie net with you, but these buggers will find the one half inch hole in it and get you.

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Hills and midges, and sheep shit.

The water table is about six inches below the surface, so it's ideal for combining defensive and watermanship exercises.

Many a later afternoon in Otterburn, you'll think that the sun (If it has even bothered to show up for work that day) has just had an eclipse. It is infact a horde of ravenous midges arising from their pits to gorge upon your tasty blood. You may think ahead and take a mossie net with you, but these buggers will find the one half inch hole in it and get you.