Just wanted to say thanks for the latest comments on this (pretty old ) trip report. My knee has recovered since that day, though it will always give me little twinges so I'll have to be careful not to overdo it on steep slopes.
I have a close friend who's currently waiting for a knee replacement so I know how frustrating it can be.
My blog, all TRs are written with a thought of helping/suggesting/encouraging fellow walkers to follow me - too many photos sometimes, I know, I admit here, it's always a struggle to pick the best ones
Still a long way to complete my M mountains, but I'm only a step away from the first ton - now waiting for a decent day to do 3 Munros in one go
Cheers - BP
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