Summer Adventures 2019 50/50
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3y ago
Collies Ledge above - more of my favourite photographs at bottom After the summer of 2018, I kinda realised that this year wouldn’t be as good! Months of dry sunny weather wasn’t going to be an option, unless pigs started flying , I was resigned to the fact that it would be back to normal for this summer. It didn’t start well! Our first adventure was to be a rock climb somewhere in the Coe, but the weather hadn’t realised our plans and from the off, the dry forecast didn’t look like materialising! Torrential rain all the way to my meeting point with Gerry, and a plan B was put into a ..read more
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Winter 2018 -2019 - thumbs down ;)
Scotland's Mountains
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4y ago
It all started so well….way back in October and a day was spent on the wonderful Grey Corries. Some early snowfall had coated the mountains with a dusting of snow and with the next few days set fair we traversed the Grey Corries under a blue sky and on top of a white blanket- it was brilliant! If this was a precursor of what was to come we were keenly anticipating the next few months! ​ However ,as we now know , the next few months couldn’t have been any worse! December came and went and only a few days of snowfall seemed to happen, anywhere! Slim pickings were to be had and as for th ..read more
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Glencoe Adventures - out and about in Glencoe over the Winter
Scotland's Mountains
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4y ago
Its been a while since I updated my blog so thought I better get back here and update on whats been happening! Its been a really busy few months at work so apologies that his site has been kept up to date, but I have still managed to get out and aout at the weekends, which has definitely kept my sanity levels low with the madness of work over the last few months!! lo As always , Glencoe has been visited. My first visit here was during a weekend when the forecast was wild so I planned on a photography trip up Beinn a' Chrulaiste. When I arrived , the weather turned out much worse than I (and t ..read more
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