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One Man; Five Fannies; It Snow Your Business...

One Man; Five Fannies; It Snow Your Business...

by andrewdoggett » Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:27 pm

Munros included on this walk: A' Chailleach, Meall a'Chrasgaidh, Sgurr Breac, Sgurr nan Clach Geala, Sgurr nan Each

Date walked: 26/02/2013

Time taken: 7.4 hours

Distance: 24.2 km

Ascent: 2022m

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Re: One Man; Five Fannies; It Snow Your Business...

Postby andrewdoggett » Sat Mar 02, 2013 12:30 pm

monty wrote:An excellent read Andrew with some lovely photos. Not long to go now

Thanks Monty; aye just 10 to go now... Then what? :crazy:

dooterbang wrote:Hope your leaving a nice easy walk to finish on

Thanks Paul - will be finishing on Ladhar Bheinn... The last great wilderness; what better place :)

SAVAGEALICE wrote:i reet enjoyed that ..good work

Thanks Alice; it was savage :lol:

Lenore wrote:Not often 5 fannies are so willing to be taken by one guy all in one day Excellent report and great photos!

Thanks Lenore; I'm always turning fannies down :lol:

SusieThePensioner wrote:Wow, what a day!! Loved the report and those fantastic, stunning photos

You'll soon have them all finished

Thanks Susie; yep not long to go to conclude this greatest of journeys :D

gmr82 wrote:On a serious note, what a great walk that looked, not sure if you're in a Mercedes Car Club or anything but you should submit that photo if they have a monthly competition- stunning

Thanks; I like the shot; though maybe should have cleaned the car if I was going to do that!! :lol:

johnkaysleftleg wrote:Wow! That looks like a perfect day.

Thanks John; aye it was perfect; can't beat getting away from it all on your own sometimes!!

Johnny Corbett wrote:All those Fannies and not a single can of Irn Bru in any of the photos.

What's the Irn Bru Link Johnny?

davedanson28 wrote:Excellent, well done Andrew. You saved it for the right time and the weather was.....well, just perfect!

Was a perfect day Dave... Solitude and splendour... :D

quoman wrote:Another magic report and pic's...

Thanks quoman; certainly beat working; a magic week to have off :wink:

PeteR wrote:Stunning

Thanks Pete; gorgeous part of the country; shame it's so far away!!

old danensian wrote:Good to see you getting ever closer - and still putting out great reports.

Yep, not long left Nigel; seems a long time ago we met in that blizzard up Beinn Bhuidhe; think that was my 69th Munro a couple of years or so ago...

gammy leg walker wrote:The end is near now Andrew,looking forward to reading your TRs as you near the end.

Thanks Willie; looking forward to the finish now; feels like it's in sight :D
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Re: One Man; Five Fannies; It Snow Your Business...

Postby Johnny Corbett » Sat Mar 02, 2013 3:14 pm

It's in relation to one of the Irn Bru adverts.
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