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Started by Diesel, December 15, 2012, 09:34:46 AM

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Freddy

Yeah we'd be fine on Castle Acre for a while I think. Come to think of it, I didn't see anyone living there when we visited  :D

There's some high ground in England, but for the real high ground, at least by our standards, you have to go north and up into Scotland. I went up there a few times, it's very beautiful. Great to just drive around looking at all the scenery.

DD1975

You could always try Wales, Brecon Beacons & Snowdonia.

England has the peak District, the Yorkshire Dales and a few other places  ;D
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Snowcrash

The Lake District gets up to 900 odd meters (2800 feet). Even if we manage to melt both ice caps, I don't think the sea will get that high.

Don't buy at sea level or near a flood plain. Or anywhere near/in New Orleans.
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