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We enjoy organising hiking trips. The longer and more complex the better!
We know it is a little sad, but Frank actually enjoys the challenge. Unless he has a new trip to plan, his boredom level rises to extreme heights and he becomes “testy”.
So, if any of you want some FREE advice about planning a hiking trips send us an email. Why? Just because it is fun to help people get out into the bush.
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