Friday, 21 September 2012

Lazy git

That's what I am and I'm comfortable with it. I promised a proper report over a week ago for Nellie dug's first Munro but I've struggled to find the time to sit and write it up properly. We've had visitors from the other side of the world, I've had to prepare and sit an exam for a course I've been doing at work amongst many other typical jobs to be done in normal life. Anyway, as I'm lazy and cannae be arsed writing it up properly I'll least let you see the pics from our wee wander up Beinn Chabhair... Photobucket Arrived and parked up next to the Drovers, eyeing up the bit we have to ascend... Photobucket Met some new pals as skirted around the Beinglas Campsite. Photobucket The waterfall up close. Photobucket The view looking back. Photobucket Nellie running about like mad! Photobucket "Hurry up dad, it's not that steep!" Photobucket The view back along the river. Photobucket "Hurry up dad, it's not that far!" Photobucket Still following the river. Photobucket Approaching the Lochan and picking our route onto the steeper stuff. Photobucket Mountain dug enjoys view. Photobucket Mountain dug enjoy different view. Photobucket Mountain idiot enjoys being in another view. Photobucket Mountain dug being blown about a very windy summit! Photobucket Summit views without idiots or dugs 1. Photobucket Summit views without idiots or dugs 2. Photobucket Summit views without idiots or dugs 3. Photobucket Summit views without idiots or dugs 4. Photobucket Summit views without idiots or dugs 5. Photobucket Lunch, a lazy but tasty pasta affair from the Asda lazy man section. Photobucket Theiving dug steals broken fence post and makes walk take far longer than necessary due to all the ensuing throwing and fetching.

4 comments:

  1. Nice photos! You don't fancy a wee jaunt to introduce her to Arran tomorrow?!

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  2. Would be nice Steve but we've got a few things on tomorrow unfortunately.

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  3. Enjoyed that from my armchair, Sandy.
    Lovely dog, btw
    :-)

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  4. Thanks Alan! Aye, she is lovely...when she behaves ;o)

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