Monday, 14 December 2009

Still grinning

I'm sore all over. I feel like I've gone ten rounds with Tyson and I've got to go to work this afternoon. Kit is being admined very slowly as I hobble around the flat not looking at the dishes in the sink and drinking endless cuppas. One thing is for sure though, I must get get fitter and maintain it!


Brrr

I'll write this up later...after work with a wee half...or two.

10 comments:

  1. Ah, so I'm not the only one who managed a frosty camp this weekend. I too was hobbling around after a swift descent and an hour sat in the car driving home...

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  2. Howdy Mcalisterium, nice blog. I haven't seen it before, added to the side.

    There was a load of folk oot n aboot at the weekend. I met a few friendly faces in the Real Food Cafe on Sun afternoon for a catch up and hear about everyone's exploits. Funnily enough though I only met one other bloke on the hill.

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  3. Cheers BBF, I'm kind of new to it, so we'll see if I can keep it going...

    I've not been patient enough to link to everyone individually yet, at the moment I'm just showing the 3 latest posts to my Google Reader Outdoor Group, you're on there now :)

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  4. Wow, great shot of the SL3, gotta be the best SL3 shot I've ever seen and I've seen quite a few! Sod the dishes and house work they can wait! :-)

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  5. Great shot, almost retro looking. Did you use it single skin and if so how was as far as draughts were concerned? curious as I'm leaning towards a single skin myself.

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  6. Cheers guys, the conditions up there were perfect. I took so many photies that I had to go put the kettle on while I waited on them uploading from the camera!

    The tent was fine, there was enough of a breeze to gently flap the silnylon every now and then but it was very calm all night. That said, I had it pitched low on the windward side and was inside my MLD bivi so never felt any drafts.

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  7. Good lad.

    That was a pretty special weekend we all had there.
    What's been on my mind today is "What next?".

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  8. Aye it was, one of the best "mountain" weekends I can remember for a long time in fact.

    Whats next eh? Well I reckon I'll be out on Saturday around the Arrochar Alps again but not for an overnighter. Got to spend time with the family etc.

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  9. hi which camera are you using????????? thanks peter

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  10. Hi Peter,

    It's a Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FX100

    A cracking wee compact camera with a slightly wider angle lense. I'm a point and click photographer so the "mode" settings help out a lot.

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