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And so it begins ...
If you want to get in a bit of early training the Border SAR unit is having a Mountain Rescue Experience day this Sunday 24th Sept.
Alan now stop it!! You'll start them off again, with the water drinking thing, and the how much there gear weighs,
You know they will be all a bit giddy now!!😂😂😳😳
Those five weeks flew by.
Whoops! It's actually twenty nine weeks. Time is certainly flying.
OHHHH that is so beautiful!!!! I can't wait to meet everyone and see that beautiful country!!!!!
So beautiful. No-one has ever said that about me before. Thank you, Holly.
And yes, the countryside in the background also has its charms.
HAHAHA.. You are too funny!!!
That's just what Miss Whiplash would say... (Phil's better half) but the 'Ha!` would be more triumphal...
Quite right, Alan. I shall keep the ill-judged attempts at humour to myself in future.
Two Hundred Days...
Six months then...
Twenty Five Weeks...
Route finished yet?
:heavy_check_mark: :camping: :tent:
Yes, thanks. Gold Star 🌟
Route Vetted yet?
:five: :mountain: :snow_capped_mountain: :camping: :tent: :sunrise_over_mountains:
No wind farms? :laughing:
One Hundred and Fifty Days!
ALAN where was that pic?
It was taken about half a mile north of Meanach Bothy (heading over on the path to Lairig Leacach Bothy) looking south west to the Mamores.