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Discussion: You know when you are an orienteer when...

in: blairtrewin; blairtrewin > 2019-09-13

Sep 14, 2019 12:10 PM # 
I know there has been a very long thread about this previously - but I'll add a little more.
rockman started orienteering in 1987, 2 sons over the next year or two. I played the "role" of jumper minder, walk to start/wait at the finish/be the driver for another 8 years. Started out tentatively but never considered to assign the title of orienteer upon myself until driving home after some Aus Carnival and commented.. "That'd be an interesting map".
Sep 14, 2019 12:43 PM # 
I was already well and truly in that mode by my teens. One area I regularly made such remarks about, passed on our annual 1980s trips to the Gold Coast, is finally making its orienteering debut soon; I understand it's the day 1 area for Easter 2020.

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