HalfManHalfTitanium wrote:HalfManHalfTitanium wrote:Glengavel wrote:That didn't take long! Well done, your turn.
Unexpected arrival of a M in E led to F becoming (reputedly) an unlikely home for RH
Extra clue: In E, RH said he was called AH He had worked with another AH, although at times it had been a struggle.
No guesses yet - maybe these clues will help raise interest in this one...
M is a brand name, internationally known, but probably much better known in my parents’ generation (I am 56) than recently. There were several well known types of M, a later one being a “first” in its field.
E is a place. It is an Outstanding Conservation Area - that is nothing to do with the subject of the puzzle, but it might help you guess the location
F is also a location. It was on the OPG (again, that’s not related to the subject of this puzzle). It is the start point for Munro routes listed on this website.
As I mentioned, there is uncertainty about RH at F. Officially, RH was in Abergavenny in south Wales at the relevant time.