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Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby Proterra » Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:08 pm

As suggested by Yatsek for everything non-climbing related taking place in the watershed of the great Central European Rivers, Meuse/Rhein, Elbe/Łaba, Oder/Odra and Wisła. I would like to suggest the following guidelines for this board:

-Post only stuff related to mountains if the mountain is ascended in a non-conventional way. Talking about a six-day trek in the Tatry is not cool, there are plenty of other places on this site to do so. Non-conventional means ascents such as driving your car illegally to the summit of Brocken, or ascending the Great Góra Świętej Anny by means of A4 motorway while getting support from a combustion engine.

-Posting about camping trips are only allowed if they don't exceed 500 metres of elevation, and at least of of the following activities have been accomplished:

a) a large amount of alcohol has been consumed
b) a large amount of other mind-altering substances have been consumed
c) Camping took place in a non-conventional location, such as underneath Jesus in Rio de Świebodzineiro
d) Activities have been undertaken which for job security reasons you rather not post on a facebook
e) You have gotten in trouble with the law/landlord/girlfriend/wife/owner of property/etc.

Of course, posts about Politics/Religion/Angela Merkel's tits/Russian- or German imperialism are welcomed and encouraged.

Enjoy, and, CHWDP!

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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby yatsek » Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:35 pm

Proterra wrote:XVIII Przystanek Woodstock...



---Alkohol 400 zł.

---Mandaty 610 zł..

---Marihuana 85 zł...



Zobaczyć piorun uderzający w głowę Jezusa w Swiebodzinie... Bezcenne... :D
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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby visentin » Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:37 pm

A map is highly needed in order to determine in which team we need to post :D
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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby yatsek » Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:39 pm

Proterra wrote:
visentin wrote:That's the hill where the A4 goes three lanes with the petrol station on the pass ?


Pssssssssst..... Quiet... Don't wake the wolves... But yeah, 150 all the way up, and hit 200 on the way down...

visentin wrote:Heard it's nice to ride by bike, I must give it a try...


Hooligan... :lol: Try to stay as far right as possible though there, the 110 km/h speed limit on that stretch is regularly ignored...
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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby yatsek » Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:48 pm

visentin wrote:Yatsek, don't your Słowiński pictures rather belong to the North Europe entity, where my Rügen album was moved after protests ?

You might be right but what really matters (to me :lol: ) is to keep this thread running :lol:
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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby yatsek » Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:52 pm

sjarelkwint wrote:HOL-POL-BAL team?
would that exclude me as a Belgian citizen?
I kinda like the wild east ...

Sorry, I meant HOL-POL-BEL, which has been successfully opened here :D
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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby yatsek » Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:59 pm

Proterra wrote:
yatsek wrote:
Proterra wrote:So, Stockholm, Goteborg, Białystok and Suwałki are Central Russian???

Maybe not a very good idea to give them some ideas... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Actually, the Presidential Palace in Warsaw is Russian again :(


Nah, not really... The current village which functions as Capital is still firmly Central European, right on the top of the "L" the border between the two runs about 50 kilometres east of the Wisła, roughly north-south along the 22nd degree east longtitude... I'd still recommend moving the residence of Bronek, as well as the Sejm and Senate some 300 kilometres south-south-west for "safety reasons" because you did bring up a valid point... :lol: :lol: :lol:

I'm afraid you're wrong. It's not the residence but the residents who are to be moved east.

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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby yatsek » Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:05 pm

Proterra wrote:Here you go, dear Jacek...

Baltic/North Sea Basin team

Time to go now. Got to spend some quality time with the girlfriend of my neighbour... :mrgreen:


A dozen posts within less than an hour :!: What a start :!: :!: :!:
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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby yatsek » Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:30 pm

sjarelkwint wrote:half a dozen is yours :-)

Are you sure they're all mine :?: :lol:
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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby yatsek » Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:32 pm

Proterra wrote:Time to go now. Got to spend some quality time with the girlfriend of my neighbour... :mrgreen:

How was it :?:
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Re: Baltic-North Sea basin team!

Postby Proterra » Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:33 pm

yatsek wrote:
Proterra wrote:
yatsek wrote:
Proterra wrote:So, Stockholm, Goteborg, Białystok and Suwałki are Central Russian???

Maybe not a very good idea to give them some ideas... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Actually, the Presidential Palace in Warsaw is Russian again :(


Nah, not really... The current village which functions as Capital is still firmly Central European, right on the top of the "L" the border between the two runs about 50 kilometres east of the Wisła, roughly north-south along the 22nd degree east longtitude... I'd still recommend moving the residence of Bronek, as well as the Sejm and Senate some 300 kilometres south-south-west for "safety reasons" because you did bring up a valid point... :lol: :lol: :lol:

I'm afraid you're wrong. It's not the residence but the residents who are to be moved east.

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Kijów... We're taking back the Kresy... :lol:
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