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New update GRPdesBF-website

I’m glad to announce an update of my main website www.grpdesbf.nl.

Main subject: the discovery of the lost submarkers 408 III and IV and the newly established borderline (2015) between bm408 and 409.

See for the update-details the update-log.

New update GRPdesBF-website

I’m glad to announce a new update of my website.

pic-of-grpdesbf-homepage

 

What’s new (main changes):

– added the 15 daytrips from july/december 2017. Start on this page
– special 1: final (?) search with Charles Darrieu, Michel Molia and Henny Claassen for the 408-submarkers 408 III and IV
– special 2: visiting Marco Noris’ exibition in La Jonquera
– special 3: the addition by Corinne Gourgeonnet of several unnumbered intermediate markers not yet reported in the 001-059 range: start at this page and browse them.
– made entries on the ‘sources-in-person’-page for Corinne Gourgeonnet and Michel Molia

New website on the esfr-bordermarkers

I was happy to learn about a new website. Carlos and his wife Conchita informed me that they have recently started their own ‘quest’ for the esfr-bordermarkers. The starting webpage is here (and for the Llivia-bordermarkers this page). Apparently they live in the Cerdagne because their harvest so far is bm444 to 506.

Each day-account is detailed and contains large pictures (with often Conchita standing besides, I think Carlos likes her). There are also embedded maps (I’m jealous about that feature) and elevation charts and a link to their Flickr-albums.

website-carlos-and-conchita

New update of “The bordermarkers of the Pyrenees”

pic-of-grpdesbf-homepageI’m proud to announce an update: again several more grpdesbf-stages (now from bm091 to 212) have been worked out in full detail, providing the maps and directions you need to walk the GRPdesBF.

 

New update of “The bordermarkers of the Pyrenees”

pic-of-grpdesbf-homepageI’m proud to announce an update: seven more stages of my coast-to-coast GRPdesBF-trail have been worked out in full detail, providing the maps and directions you need to walk the GRPdesBF.

And there are more additions: check the update-log.

New update of “The bordermarkers of the Pyrenees”

pic-of-grpdesbf-homepageI’m proud to announce an update with a new series of stages of my coast-to-coast GRPdesBF-trail: the 18 stages from bm262 to 410 have been worked out in full detail.

And there are more additions: check the update-log.

New update of “The bordermarkers of the Pyrenees”

pic-of-grpdesbf-homepageI’m proud to announce a new update with a new series of daytrips and  GRPdesBF-stages.

And there are more additions: check the update-log.