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Manchester Indoor Ice Wall
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On the first day, God made Torridon. Unfortunately he put it at the wrong end of the country, necessitating a 12 hour minibus epic to get there.
On the second day, God sent a plague of chillis to test the faithful, and there was wailing and gnashing of teeth.
On the third day, the Lord cast the University of Bangor unto Beinn Eighe, without the aid of ice axes. Better equipped MPS parties were out on Liathach and Beinn Alligin as well as Beinn Eighe.
On the fourth day, Chris and Hamish climbed the West Buttress in the Coire Mhic Fhearchair, and there was much rejoicing. The Lord sent down bangers and mash to reward the faithful, and there was more rejoicing.
On the fifth day, God made Fionn Bheinn, although he was running a bit short of ideas by this point and didn't go overboard on making it interesting.
On the sixth day, God didn't like the look of the weather and stayed in the cottage for a game of Risk. Hardier souls went up Maol Chean Dearg.
On the seventh day, Ben and Phil couldn't resist the forbidden fruit any longer and so persuaded an old mps member to bag two Munros south of the road with them. This act caused a plane to crash into Beinn Eighe which Hamish and Chris climbed over.
On the eighth day, Satan made Larkhall.