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Hi sputnik, if there had been a rat there, the women who were at my side would have run a mile
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Buachaille Eite Mr by Ben Allison, on Flickr
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Some interesting territory ye've been visiting lately, Beano...


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James out that way on January and had to turn back because of heavy snow, so decided to try again this month. Left early morning for a sunrise shot and surprised to find some walkers sleeping in their cars at Buachaille Eite Mor they must have been freezing, ice forming on my camera hood and jacket and bloody numb fingers.  
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Hi Ben, were you part way up to that munro?
A crowd of  us were going to try a few years ago but it was too dodgy looking, this was May
We will be in Glencoe in May but that's not on the list of to dos, something a wee bit easier
 

Good shot, from that angle  it looks as its not for us
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Hi Ben, were you part way up to that munro?
A crowd of us were going to try a few years ago but it was too dodgy looking, this was May
We will be in Glencoe in May but that's not on the list of to dos, something a wee bit easier


Good shot, from that angle it looks as its not for us

the carpark was just behind me, but did walk up more than halfway on hill opposite the Three Sisters.
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Beano wrote:
norrie wrote:
Hi Ben, were you part way up to that munro?
A crowd of us were going to try a few years ago but it was too dodgy looking, this was May
We will be in Glencoe in May but that's not on the list of to dos, something a wee bit easier


Good shot, from that angle it looks as its not for us

the carpark was just behind me, but did walk up more than halfway on hill opposite the Three Sisters.


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Pissin' down, by John McKnight, on Flickr
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Hope you were inside taking that show, wet right enough
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Bloody freezing....


Freezing. by John McKnight, on Flickr

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