27th December 2017
The expression comes from an old Appalachian saying, ‘like a dog digging after a winter’s bone’. A search or quest.
(Above) The eastern end of of the Carn Liath massif this morning. L to R: Coire nan Gall, Coire Dubh and Coire a Bheinn. Top of the long whaleback which connects these three to Carn Liath summit is around 900m. Cold with just a dusting of snow again.
‘Windslab, where art thou?’
The hunt continues.
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