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Thread: Exeter Trial photos Fingle Hill 2016

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    Exeter Trial photos Fingle Hill 2016

    As this year was the wettest and darkest Fingle that I have ever known my humble camera really struggled so apologies for the poor quality. However just for the record I have attached a couple of photos that I managed to salvage on the computer. Peter.

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    Fingle 2016 Ersz.jpg

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    Re: Exeter Trial photos Fingle Hill 2016

    As I have said before, done that in a 4WD landrover. Never a Marlin. But that looks really muddy.
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    Re: Exeter Trial photos Fingle Hill 2016

    Many thanks Peter

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    Re: Exeter Trial photos Fingle Hill 2016

    Looks like fun. I watched the Fifth Gear re-run with the Exeter trial, lots of Marlins in that footage.
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