11th April 2018
(Above) A bit of a ‘claggy’ day at Creag Meagaidh – cloud hanging around for much of the time above 800m
(Above) Pit time. Boundary Wall Gully, Coire a Chriochairein
(Above) The Apprentice, nearing the last chance saloon (as an avalanche worker) – still showing little inclination to dig for a living!
(Above) Bothered? I think not! Pheasants as opposed to avalanches likely to remain more of a ‘specialty’ for the time being……
Apologies – but there was precious little else to write about from our excursion out and about today…..and the ‘Apprentice’ (handsome chap that he is) does seem to have his followers 🙂
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