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Fisherfield via An Teallach
by Johnny Corbett » Sat Jun 21, 2014 8:59 am
by jimandandrea » Sat Jun 21, 2014 8:12 pm
Enjoy your next and last. Well done.
by Collaciotach » Sat Jun 21, 2014 8:19 pm
Delaying the inevitable tactics that cloud eh
by rockhopper » Sun Jun 22, 2014 10:14 am
cheers t-s - did think about it but decided it would be better to have a steep descent than ascent from An Teallachtall-story wrote: I went the other way though and camped on Beinn a` Chalaidheimh.
thanks malky - for "sentimental" reasons, if I ever got that far, it was always going to be Sliochmalky_c wrote: I hadn't realised you had Slioch left - thought it was Ben More for some reason. Hope you get good weather
thanks scoob - suspect I might be waiting a long timescoob999 wrote:1 left eh hope you get a good day for it too
cheers pigeon - complete opposite, it was anything but easy ! - found a lot of the terrain harder than in knoydart !pigeon wrote:Well done RH,you always make it sound so easy
thanks jupe - yes, looking forward to itjupe1407 wrote:Also, excellent mountain to finish on.
cheers wm - might be a wee while yet....you'll probably be finished with the tops before I get to 282weaselmaster wrote:..... finishing it off with Slioch but that's another day's fun for you - sometime soon, I guess.
thanks Rod - am looking forward to itThe Rodmiester wrote:Good Luck on your Compleation, hope the weather is kind to you
cheers BP - afraid I didn't but you'll have a great time on these hillsBlackPanther wrote:I have to gain my courage and do the Fisherfields, too...Did you kiss the prince, by the way ?
cheers kev - yup, but may be a wee while yetkevsbald wrote:Jeezo - ene left.
thanks kenny - am certainly looking forward to itscottishkennyg wrote:good choice to leave Slioch for a separate day and hopefully you will get the weather and the views
cheers Annie - yes, I'm glad I held off as it wouldn't have done justice to SliochAnnieMacD wrote:dawn photo of Slioch with the cloud floating near the top. Hope you get a day like that for it
thanks Morag - yes, I'm holding off as long as possible for good weather (but don't know how long that'll be )RiverSong wrote:Good luck with your last Munro and I hope the sun shines for you.
cheers simon - yes, I can fully understand why...hard going but it has everything you'd want in a walksimon-b wrote:My favourite area so far
cheers gammy - no fixed plans, it'll be quiet though when/if I do get there - hope you enjoy it when you get up theregammy leg walker wrote: when are you planning Slioch or are you looking for a quiet compleation.
by Meatball » Sun Jun 22, 2014 1:37 pm
The day the report went up I was going to pm you re fisherfield....snooze ya lose!
Enjoy the final one (of this round)!
by jonny616 » Sun Jun 22, 2014 3:49 pm
by jimandandrea » Sun Jun 22, 2014 9:46 pm
by dooterbang » Sun Jun 22, 2014 10:57 pm
Just one more and your long journey will be finally complete. Please do wait for perfect conditions!!
I've still to do Slioch, I'll be heading that way in 5 weeks time.
All the best for your grand finale...looking forward to that TR.
by quoman » Mon Jun 23, 2014 1:35 am
hope the last hill will be magical time for you.
by rockhopper » Mon Jun 23, 2014 9:59 pm
You might think that, I couldn't possibly comment - cheers JCJohnny Corbett wrote: Slioch for last..... should be a breeze for you with no tent or kit to carry
thanks J&A - looking forward to it but not sure when yetjimandandrea wrote:Enjoy your next and last.
cheers colla - have had my fair share in the clag so will hold off this time (but hopefully not too long)Collaciotach wrote:Delaying the inevitable tactics that cloud eh
thanks campbell - pity about that but then I'd never have been able to keep up with you !Meatball wrote:The day the report went up I was going to pm you re fisherfield....snooze ya lose!
cheers jonny - am certainly looking forward to itjonny616 wrote: It's a magical place. Enjoy your day when it comes
cheers doots - hope to get good weather and hope you do too !dooterbang wrote: Please do wait for perfect conditions!!............I've still to do Slioch, I'll be heading that way in 5 weeks time.
thanks quoman - fingers are crossed for it !quoman wrote:hope the last hill will be magical time for you.
by IreneM » Mon Jun 23, 2014 10:02 pm
Have a great day when it comes!
by inca » Mon Jun 23, 2014 10:17 pm
by Meatball » Tue Jun 24, 2014 12:54 pm
I know my place in the world...I'm a plodder (not a fast one either), but thank you for the flattery!
I may be on your final one next week depending on how my legs are.
I'll look forward to the final report!
by Fife Flyer » Tue Jun 24, 2014 7:21 pm
That really is quite a walk, especially with all the kit
Good luck with Slioch
by mountain thyme » Tue Jun 24, 2014 7:52 pm
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