Yep, top trick if doing canal trip is to clip a carabiner onto a grab handle so it's easy to attach a rope to assist portage.Except on the canals where the banks are often quite tall where it can be quite a pain, especially if you're sense of balance is a bit suspect anyway
Maybe that's what's happened?Maybe we should start poisoning the humans instead.
I saw it more reliably reported as on the scree slope outside the cave. These local rags can struggle with simple English.Not sure what the local rag is saying here, stuck in Thors cave or on a slope near Thors Cave plus some twat falls off the Roaches.
The incident came on the same day a man suffered serious multiple injuries after 'falling from a height' whilst at the Roacheswww.stokesentinel.co.uk
Middle Miss F has lost a few rolls to the gulls of Dundee. Snatched from her hand as she walked home from work.Maybe that's what's happened?
Returning to the theme that introduced the topic of scavenging birds in the first place, perhaps they have been feasting on abandoned failed hill walker corpses, who had consumed something poisonous. Like kebabs from yon place in Dundee that Fang mentioned.
For years I have had a spring operated carabiner and Paracord loop which I use on the grab handle of my 35 litre Rucksack .... where possible I loop and secure over a fence , bridge handrail or gate so my bag is at a better height to remove / replace kit .Yep, top trick if doing canal trip is to clip a carabiner onto a grab handle so it's easy to attach a rope to assist portage.
Gulls are for tourists, try an eagle owl.Continuing the digression ..
My son informs me that in Tynemouth the Gulls have now worked out where the Fish and Chip Shops are and stand on the roofs of cars in the nearby car parks to await unsuspecting , naive visitors as they come out .