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ben a'an

ben a'an


Postby eddie devlin » Sun Oct 17, 2010 7:52 pm

Route description: Ben A'an

Date walked: 17/10/2010

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Did this today Sunday, legs still a bit tired after the Cobbler last week, but soon loosened up. Very nice walk,
not too hard, but not too easy either. There was a lot of mist and I was lucky at the top and got a good decko
at Loch Katrine. I am so lucky, we all are so lucky to have all this scenery on our doorstep. Even so, I thought
when I looked at Katrine that i could just have turned the tap on in the house and seen the water, without all those
steps. Again, met folk of all sorts who were mannerly, informative, and even some of them were interested my
recent exploits, great stuff. I enjoyed the mist a lot although it meant few photos, but another day will be fine.
Many thanks to all who welcomed me after my first Hello report. Rock on.
eddie devlin
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