For sale is my Mammut Creon Lite 45L plus rucksack.
This is quite a rare sack in the UK, it took me ages searching to find it. This one happens to be my second one and is only being sold due to a birthday present of a new and different sack from Sheila.
Its in very good condition and shows no sign of wear on any straps, zips, hipbelt, pockets etc.
The only tiny marks are on the base as you would expect from a used sack.
The marks as i say are very tiny and do not detract from what is an excellent piece of kit which has been looked after and not overly used.
The photo of the base shows the tiny marks.
It weighs just 1.1kg.
Colour, predominantly Red and Grey.
The back length is adjustable, see photo.
There's a decent review of the sack HERE if you would like to read an independent one.
I would like to get £35 for the sack and postage, TO UK ONLY, i guess would be in the region of £6.
Monday, September 18, 2017
Friday, September 8, 2017
It's another steep start before an even steeper drop down into the town square.
Once on the waterfront we decided to have a second breakfast at the Grand Hotel. Walking down the waterfront where plenty of folk were searching out the turtles we stopped at the fruit market which is fantastic.
The bridge across the bay is 1km long and has been recently refurbished. They've done a good job.
At the other end of the bridge I spotted what I at first thought was a Renault tractor but it was an old Zetor painted orange.
There is a good cafe just before the cemetery but we chose to pass it and call in on the way back.
Would you believe it! The cemetery gates were padlocked with a notice to ring a certain telephone number. We were so disappointed.
Well we now had time on our hands. A quick discussion and we were on our way to the ferry terminal. The crossing to Lixouri and back with the sea breeze would be wonderful.
On our way back down the waterfront we spotted a lone turtle and got to the ferry just as it was arriving. Great timing.
The crossing only costs €2.80 each way and is great value. The breeze was delightful.
Parked outside the terminal was a Willis Jeep in superb condition.
We got back into Argostoli at around 1.45pm and had lunch at the Premier restaurant in the main square. Fantastic service and far too much food, we won't need tea or supper that's for sure.
Dorothy has a few blisters which were hurting a bit now that we had stopped so she got a taxi back with Sheila.
I walked back up the hill and across the headland back to Lassi.
A hot but rewarding walk.
Posted by AlanR at 4:18 PM
Thursday, September 7, 2017
The Greeks say the Germans built it due to the bale out money Greece had to borrow recently.
I won't take this story any further because of the history between the two nations but if I just say some here are not happy you will get the picture and everyone we have spoken to are with UK leaving EU.
On the other hand the work that has been achieved is a credit, no pun intended, to the council. It's beautiful and a pleasure to walk especially now that it's all pedestrianised and well lit at night.
We did have to stop of at one point to do a quality control check on a Greek white wine in a taverna. It passed from what I remember. Ha.
Posted by AlanR at 7:21 AM