Discussion in 'General Board' started by Siusaidh, Feb 6, 2020.
@Siusaidh Nerves of steel.
As Dee said, unlucky with the question draw on the second round Suzanne, following an exceptional first round.
You should be very proud of yourself...and for what it’s worth, I was completely clueless on all of your questions, despite being sat in my front room with my phone on my lap!
But not a single question about 'Born Free' or 'On Days Like These' ...
I shall have have to watch this when I get back, as I'm currently doing the Munros in the most pleasant weather, 2 out of 4 attempts so far this week...
Beinn Chabhair ✔️
An Caisteal & Beinn a'Chroin ❎
Creag Mhor & Beinn Heasgarnich ❎
Stob Binnein ✔️ & Ben More ❎
Never visited Scotland, you can usually find me in the Lake District. But as a primarily landscape-based photographer I should probably go.
Good mountains - heavy snow forecast tomorrow morning, and high winds on the summits.
I assume the train will be running, if you're taking it, unless it drifts over Rannoch and Corrour.
Definitely envious of you.
One of the best temperature inversions I ever experienced was breaking through to the summit of An Caisteal.
Definitely - though the Lake District is wonderful!
Uhhhh... yes !! Glencoe alone is worth the price of admission if you're a photographer.
Snow-line is currently down to about 400m, although the winds on the top are brutal. Over 80mph forecasted for Friday, so unlikely to get anything done.
Doing the Munros by train would be a significant task, Caledonian Sleeper is useful for those near London though.
I have yet to do any walking in Glencoe, but the views from the road are magnificent.
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