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A similar broadening of focus exists in terms of the who of tramping in the magazine which ranges from trampers, what we would today call hikers--Leslie Stephen or his semi-fictional manifestation Mr.
Icelandic transport sector investor Avion Group said on Wednesday (1 November) that its shipping and land transport subsidiary Eimskip has acquired US transportation company Pacific Tramper Services Inc.
Two Tramper all-electric vehicles will also be available to carry those who have difficulty walking for a distance of 35 miles over rough terrain and beaches and up steep slopes.
The non-Pollock trawl catcher-processors make 550 port calls in Alaska communities, including the main ports of Dutch Harbor, Kodiak, Sand Point, and Adak, where product is offloaded into break bulk trampers, container ships, or cold storage facilities, generating additional economic activity, Woodley says.
Trampers probably best know of French explorer Dumont d'Urville (1790-1842) through the names he left behind on Nelson's Abel Tasman coastline.
The island is also a temporary home to around 40,000 visitors a year: hardy trampers, ardent ornothologists, casual tourists and cruise liner passengers shuttled ashore for a few hours to savour the delights of Oban.
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One of Gray's encounters with the trampers, however, proved a different point entirely, namely that one shouldn't judge a book by its cover.
anonymous trampers, whose society is so agreeable after the solitude of
Railways assisted serious trampers and alpinists to reach their mountain playgrounds, but also opened up access to a wider public who wished to experience outdoor pleasure with a minimum of commitment or discomfort.
Use in small composting toilets in holiday homes to large composting toilets in mountain chalets for trampers and mountaineers.