Discussion in 'Trips Reports' started by gixer, Dec 22, 2014.
Fabulous! looking forward to the trip report
Great pics Arne, looks you had great hike...
Friday evening, finshed work, seen a fine pair of Galway Hookers on the way home. If only I was paid enough to afford one.
First proper mountain pitch for the X-Mid @ 1115m
That is Ben Avon isn't it?
Give that man a prize
Bizarre by Bearded Bimbler, on Flickr
Well I hope the weather will be like that as I pass through the Lairig Ghru tomorrow.. but not according to the forecast
I'll stop after this one; I promise.
But it was just such a pretty place to pitch.
Staring at An Teallach. What a mountain.
Ok; I'll get on with my trip report now. Sorry.
Saying my goodbyes to the Queen of Bivies Kate .
And it wasn't... but was great nonetheless..
Happiness is... getting out after 6 weeks stuck at home:
Especially when the Taurus Mountains are at their spring best:
And you have two great, new camp spots:
Love Button needed, Like is not enough Very nice indeed
This is a first for me, a wild Raven nest with chicks. When the parent saw me, it made a call I've never heard before and both chicks froze.
Raven chicks Lewis-3046 by turnerminator, on Flickr
I found this halfway up a mountain. A strange place for a strange fish. Any ideas?
Alien fish-2563 by turnerminator, on Flickr
Brothers back over from Vancovour so after a night onWetherlam I’ve taken up Red screes for a night
a great night out with @Munro277, ste mac and jilly to say our goodbyes. plus 1st proper outing for both mine and peters new cuben goodnesssssses
Anyone else doesn't like spiders
Braemar's own Space Unicorn...
I still think that the Alpha looks a bit like something your mother would make you wear under sufferance as a kid. Hand knitted and itchy as F...k.
With the price of a pint they obviously don't want my business
Where in the world was it?
Just guessing but could be Osprey dinner remains or if in North America maybe Bald Eagle dinner remains. It is difficult to judge scale. If it is a smallish trout skeleton it could be one a Heron caught and ended up dropping as too big to swallow in one piece.
You've no idea on what your missing... It ain't everyone's bag... But it certainly works for me. If another brand with a similar design doesn't crop up, I'll be buying a spare once I've bought more *coff* essential items.
There's a review in progress.... Allegedly
Outer Hebrides. After some searching, it look like it's a Ray of some sort... Thornback Ray is my best guess from looking at skeletons.
Different materials, but I like my Decathlon soft-shell hoodie and that has a similar snug fitting hood. Nice and cosy - and only when I see the photos of my trip do I look like one of those old style frogmen in a diving suit. Flashbacks of actual balaclavas worn as a kid!
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