Stob Ban agus Mullach nan Coirean
by Collaciotach » Mon Oct 31, 2011 10:21 pm
Route description: Stob Ban (Mamores) and Mullach nan Coirean
Munros included on this walk: Mullach nan Coirean, Stob Bàn (Mamores)
Date walked: 31/10/2011
Time taken: 6 hours
Distance: 12 km1 person thinks this report is great. Register or Login free to be able to rate and comment on reports (as well as access 1:25000 mapping).
She has removed herself for the Geamhradh or Winter
so looking the only way i is getting any... grian, seo ann's a Suaineart is by looking at photo's
An Lúnasdal / August i took a coisich suas Stob Ban is Mullach nan Coirean ,with the an t side dodgy Gleann Neibhis was her usual cheery self! .. air thioshich, however a wee breeze struck up and started to blow the sgothan a'fhalbh
It was a wee touch bog fluich underfoot but the path is hardy and as the an t uisge cleared off the sun came out
Bha seallaidh math agadsa ...... Sgurr a Mhaim was sunning herself when we were on the mullach of Stob Ban they are good looking lassies the Mam Mor
So we spent a wee while catching the views then a 'fhalbh gu Mullach nan Coirean agus a ribhist tha an grian a déarrsachd
Ach the lazy days of a' Samhraidh eh i reckoned Mullach nan Coirean to no be that exciting but hey do not knock a dry day air a cnoic
Ach de tha sin ? ...... clouds again !
So we headed off down an druim bheag heading out onto the FC path down the fence line to Achriabhach which was just whoorish bad and coarse on the knees
Tha am bhata agam gu bhith diesel ..Its Oidhche Samhain / Hallowen my ark is near finished now and tis my intention to float my way into the mountains this coming Saturday the amout of water we have had ann an Gaidhealtachd an Iar will lessen my ascent
Cheerie an drasda .... Colla
by mrssanta » Mon Oct 31, 2011 10:42 pm
by Collaciotach » Mon Oct 31, 2011 10:55 pm
mrssanta wrote:so is that Gaelish, or Englic, or what language do you call it? Love it!!
Tha sin Ghaidhlig a bhalaich .... its Gaelic the indigenous language of all the Highlands and the root of the name on every topographical feature in near all Alba
by mrssanta » Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:02 pm
by mrssanta » Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:03 pm
by Collaciotach » Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:06 pm
mrssanta wrote:oh yes, I recognise the Gaelic, but it's the way you have mixed it with English that is fun. My Gaelic is very limited but most sassenachs with a knowledge of hill names and maps will be able to get a good grasp of what you have written
Aye it is easy enough to get a grasp .... glad you like it cuideachd
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