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Cnoc Corr Guinie & Cnoc an t-Sabhails [N. & S.].

Cnoc Corr Guinie & Cnoc an t-Sabhails [N. & S.].


Postby Norman_Grieve » Sun Feb 26, 2012 4:23 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Cnoc an t-Sabhail (East), Cnoc an t-Sabhail (West), Cnoc Corr Guinie

Date walked: 25/02/2012

Time taken: 7.3 hours

Distance: 39 km

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Scaled Cnoc Corr Guinie & Cnoc an t-Sabhails [N. & S.], en-route fae Alness tae Tain rail stations, writing orf ma mt. bike in the process yesterday.
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Re: Cnoc Corr Guinie & Cnoc an t-Sabhails [N. & S.].

Postby mrssanta » Sun Feb 26, 2012 6:28 pm

oh no! can't wait for all the details
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Re: Cnoc Corr Guinie & Cnoc an t-Sabhails [N. & S.].

Postby Norman_Grieve » Mon Feb 27, 2012 12:06 pm

mrssanta wrote:oh no! can't wait for all the details


Missysanta, ah've noo added the EMaps in twa halves but due tae ma bookwork & the fact that I've only just started moi previous TR - I wouldnae hold your breath... :?
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Re: Cnoc Corr Guinie & Cnoc an t-Sabhails [N. & S.].

Postby mrssanta » Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:18 pm

as my Granny would say - All things come to those who wait! I'm sure it's not true but some things might :)
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Herebe yon photies:

Postby Norman_Grieve » Mon Mar 26, 2012 6:02 pm

mrssanta wrote:as my Granny would say - All things come to those who wait! I'm sure it's not true but some things might :)


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Re: Cnoc Corr Guinie & Cnoc an t-Sabhails [N. & S.].

Postby mrssanta » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:46 pm

well Granny wasn't so daft after all!
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Penpal.

Postby Norman_Grieve » Wed Mar 28, 2012 10:21 am

mrssanta wrote:well Granny wasn't so daft after all!


Aye doll, just as well she never said nowt about nae corresponding with strange men on t' internet?

Btw, as my Constant Reader of 2011, you get to come along on each & every o' ma last 14 Grahams but sub2k Marilyns are right out - only kidding, feel free tae join me on those too [with Granny's approval]. :wink:
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Re: Penpal.

Postby mrssanta » Wed Mar 28, 2012 3:10 pm

Norman_Grieve wrote:
mrssanta wrote:well Granny wasn't so daft after all!


Aye doll, just as well she never said nowt about nae corresponding with strange men on t' internet?

Btw, as my Constant Reader of 2011, you get to come along on each & every o' ma last 14 Grahams but sub2k Marilyns are right out - only kidding, feel free tae join me on those too [with Granny's approval]. :wink:

Thanks pal, my granny passed away before t'internet was available, but I'm sure she would disapprove completely!! she did a good line in disapproval :lol:
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Re: Penpal.

Postby Norman_Grieve » Wed Apr 04, 2012 11:14 am

mrssanta wrote:
Norman_Grieve wrote:
mrssanta wrote:well Granny wasn't so daft after all!


Aye doll, just as well she never said nowt about nae corresponding with strange men on t' internet?

Btw, as my Constant Reader of 2011, you get to come along on each & every o' ma last 14 Grahams but sub2k Marilyns are right out - only kidding, feel free tae join me on those too [with Granny's approval]. :wink:

Thanks pal, my granny passed away before t'internet was available, but I'm sure she would disapprove completely!! she did a good line in disapproval :lol:


Wan o' mine is still alive & kickin', she's 99 in Aug but then again I'm only 21 [I just had a hard paper round]. :?
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