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Lost Ice Axe

Lost Ice Axe


Postby gary » Thu Dec 03, 2015 10:18 am

It would appear that my Ice axe has fallen off my pack somewhere between Bob Scotts bothy and the Linn of Dee car park. Its a silver one, I think its climbing technology brand, if anyone comes across it please get in touch so I can arrange something.
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Re: Lost Ice Axe

Postby monarchming » Wed Dec 09, 2015 1:41 am

Hi Gary and it's Scott whom you met at Bob Scotts with my mate Alan.
We found your ice axe on the path outside the bothy and we put in back in the bothy as we knew that you and Craig were coming back for the rest of your gear.
Alan nipped back with it so I will check where exactly he put it.
Strange it wasn't there.
Hope you managed to get a couple of hills done ok. :thumbup:
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Re: Lost Ice Axe

Postby gary » Mon Dec 14, 2015 10:52 pm

Thanks Scott, not to sure how on earth I have managed this but I cant remember if I collected it at Bob Scotts, I never even realised I never had it as we didn't make it as far as the hutchy, the snow was knee to waist deep, we weren't making good time and Hamish was really struggling so decided to cut our losses and head home.
Craig managed to get in touch with the bothy M.O, I believe on facebook, who was heading out that mid-week and he found it and is very kindly going to post it.
No hills done but we still enjoyed ourselves.
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