1200-1545, John and I, easy day with some peat hags on summit ridge and sleety squall for 30 mins whilst on summit, great mossy/heather descent N onto ascent track
Day finished in style at the whisky castle in Tomintoul - lots samples, free glass and ice cream, cuddly westie for Ewan and £400, No1 bottle 14yr old sherried tobermory for JC as investment alongside 6yr old sherried Talisker.
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