Saturday 6th August 2011 (Travelling Day)


Loch Sloy Power Station

Ben Lomond From Opposite The Power Station

Andy as he Leaves me to Ascend Ben Vane From Among The Pylons

Seaplane Heading Towards Glasgow

Boat on Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond From The Slopes of Ben Vorlich

Ben Narnian, Ben Ime and Ben Vane

First View of The Top of Ben Vorlich 

Ben Vane Above The Loch Soy Dam

The Eastern Ridge of Ben Vorlich Known as The Little Hills

The Summit of Ben Vorlich

The Summit Looking Back Towards The Trig Point

Loch Soy From The Summit

The Trig Point With Ben Lomond and Loch Lomond Beyond

Ben Lomond and Loch Lomond From The Path Down

Loch Soy Dam

A Scottish Thistle

Loch Soy Dam

Common Spotted Orchid

Ben Vane From The Road to The Dam

How Many Locks are Needed to Lock a Gate?

Sunday 7th August 2011

Climbing out of Glen Feshie

Higher we Climb in The Rain

The Ridge Above Coire Fhearnagan

On The Cairngorm Plateau

Looking North Towards Sgor Gaoith

Should Make Good Time on This Track

That's The Track Gone

Having a Break

Monadh Mor Now Dead Ahead

After so Much Rain Crossing Even a Little Burn is a Challenge

Sgor an Lochain Uaine and Carn Toul From The Shoulder of Monadh Mor

On The Very Damp Summit of Monadh Mor

Beinn Bhrotain From Monadh Mor

Devil's Point on The Left and Carn a Mhaim on The Other Side of Lairig Ghru

Going up The Side of The Col to to Beinn Bhrotain


Concentrating Hard Among The Boulders Covering Beinn Bhrotain

The Trig Point and Shelter on Beinn Bhrotain

The Summit of Beinn Bhrotain

Look Down Coire Cath nam Fionn Towards Carn Toul and Devil's Point

Monday 8th August 2011

Still Raining as we Head Down Towards Loch a' Bhraoin

"Come on Keep up"

"The Forecast was for Light Rain to Heavy Rain (Got it Right for Once)"

David and Steve on the Side of Loch a' Bhraoin 

Some Mushrooms on a Very Fertile Piece of Scotland

Sheltering From The Rain in Lochivraon Bothy

Leaving Lochivraon Bothy and Loch a' Bhraoin Behind us as we Climb

"Try to Look Like it's Not Blowing a Gale and Raining"

The Summit of Creag Rainich a Corbett not a Munro

Back to The Bothy With The Grahams Groban and Beinn Bheag Opposite Where the Others Went


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