Susan J wrote:Well done on 281. I loved reading that. Such a wonderful journey for you, even if tinged with sadness.
Thank you Susan J
andyfitz wrote:I'm not on here often so I missed this until now. A terrific read and, as others have said, a lump in the throat read. I've has the pleasure of meeting you on a couple of occassions - dug searching as opposed to bagging duties. Back then we had a similar Munro tally - before I got distracted by the cycling. Maybe that's the future! I can recommend it, having recently done the compass point Munros, linking them by cycling in between. Anyway whatever is next, good luck. The image of you coming out of that crevice on Ben Donich with previously lost dug is one I will remember for a very long time.
Many thanks Andy, yes Ben Donich will never forget it, Eric was back there recently on dog search duties, but no luck although the dog was found next day, clearly not a caving dog like Bracken Not to mention your much appreciated trek north to help me find Sam, since missing permanently now (over a year). Cycling hmm, use to be fit at that but surprising how it goes despite fitness from the hills, different sport, different muscles