Good to know she can 'step down'.
She seems to be a bit of a fake walker to me, so pleased she doesn't need a helicopter or other transport to make this step
Funnily enough, I did a controlled and scientific survey of outdoor enthusiasts - well, more a straw poll of a few OM-ers - and on a scale of 1-10 La Bradbury scored an impressive 8/10 for being an irritating cow on't telly.
True; Milly is my witness
A similar srvey of ... er, just me actually... found that Charlie Borman got a massive 10/10 for being an utter wanker.
Fair enough, Pink. I would too (and it's not her nose that catches my eye). But she's still irritating on the box*.
* 'Box' as in telly not as in ...
Kelvin wrote (see)
Who cares? She got a well fit nose. I would.
That bastard Skip wrote (see)
Fair enough, Pink. I would too (and it's not her nose that catches my eye).
The ironic thing is skip, if you did, (let's face it most of us would), her nose probably would catch your eye at some point!
Goes out with a small packet of tissues in her pack, only with a film crew...
I hope she doesn't drop them then! I bleddy hate people who drop tissues in the hills.
Anyway, have I missed something about Julia, did she use a helicopter instead of walk?
I was a few years ahead of her - not there at the same time. I fancied Nancy Sinatra & Mary Hopkins at the time anyway.
Beth wrote (see)
What Julia's site says:
"JULIA headed for Iceland to embark on the toughest walk of her life. Her challenge was to walk the 60 kilometres of Iceland's most famous hiking route, a trail that just happens to end at the unpronounceable volcano that brought air traffic across Europe to a standstill in 2010. With the help of Icelandic mountain guide Hanna, Julia faces daunting mountain climbs, red hot lava fields, freezing river crossings, deadly clouds of sulphuric gas, swirling ash deserts and sinister Nordic ghost stories as she attempts to reach the huge volcanic crater at the centre of the Eyjafjallajökull glacier. "
What Paddy said:
Paddy Dillon wrote (see)
The 'Icelandic Walk' looked more like a truck ride in the rain, coupled with an elaborate plot to get onto Eyjafjallajökull by using a private helicopter charter, which simply wouldn't be an option for most people visiting Iceland.
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