Only 3 white horses. The other 2 must have been asleep in the barn!!
Signs up saying no parking, lorries may turn here - please park 300 metres south in the layby (more like 500 m)
Finished the walk and got back to the gate to find a few large expensive cars parked there!!
Maybe they should put up a sign saying " parking allowed for those who are shooting grouse only"
To the lads I met whilst descending - hope you found that parrot in the mist
Good quick walk
Cap doffed to An Socath Cheers.
Ps. Navigation can be difficult in the mist. Take a bearing or use your gps ( or both)
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