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    45 feet or 650 feet. Spend approx. 85% in former location and 15% in t'other

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadlonelygit View Post
    A mere 570ft and 24c, just you wait til Noggin reads this thread.
    Sorry, work means I am late on parade - worse, had to be pointed in the direction of the thread as about to cook stuff!!!! LOL




    Quote Originally Posted by ZRX61 View Post
    There's roads around here at 7000ft, bike runs like crap up there.
    The bike I borrowed out here was fine going up a fair bit higher than where I am. Luckily!! LOL




    Quote Originally Posted by Jasper View Post
    This thread has achieved new heights.
    Dunno - think you mean lows really (till now!)




    I'm at 1950m which google coverts to 6397.63ft

    Kinda nice often being up above the clouds

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    300 feet so Global Warming won't cause is to go underwater. I thinkl!

    Anyway is this thread just to see who we should look up to?

    Or down on as the case may be??

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    Somewhere between 3 and 6 feet.

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    Not sure how reliable it is. I’m currently on the beach near St.Agnes in Cornwall and it reckons 355ft

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    I am about 350 ft asl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yambo View Post
    You know that water will flow around that high ground, don't you?
    Quote Originally Posted by Julian_Boolean View Post
    It'll sneak up the river and get you from behind
    Fortunately i have a load of cliffs it needs to erode through before the land dips and many many bits of land between me and the nearest river to flood and soak up excess before the land climbs quite a bit and then dips again where i am ........... i may have looked at the Environment Agency flood risk maps and despite my low sea level i am in a very very low flood risk ..... unless there is a tsunami in which case i am fucked

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZRX61 View Post
    There's roads around here at 7000ft, bike runs like crap up there.
    My youngest lives in Aspen and that's at 8,000 ft and the bike runs fine.

    It runs much better at my place which is 3 ft above sea level on a tidal estuary. My front door is 60 ft from the water.

    Last edited by murcan; 01-09-19 at 20:43.

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    You used to ask people "How high are you?" in the old days Trog

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    It's rather hilly around here as I'm 12 to 13 meters depending on where I'm standing on my little parcel of land.

    As far as the motorbike's performance, the V-Strom has seen 14,130 feet and performed quite well with fuel injection. OTOH, I had to move rather slowly on foot and sit frequently to avoid gasping for air.

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    I was on the boat the other day and my altimeter/barometric pressure phone app was showing me at 37 metres amsl.

    Well, not for long it wasn't because I uninstalled the load of shite.

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