Discussion in 'Trips Reports' started by gixer, Dec 22, 2014.
It's all that L'Oreal
Stop it @Teepee
I've only just returned from Harris and I don't think 'those indoors' will approve of me going straight back.
@dovidola, ...OK, this isn't from a secluded cove on a random lump of Hebridean rock.
Orange trickle-3796 by turnerminator, on Flickr
Fast bivi 29/06 by Bearded Bimbler, on Flickr
Remind me not to go walking in 40°C again...
Stopped now and a little cooling rain arrives...
dug the kayaks out for the first time in years. Think we'll take the 3p one to Scotland. I can take the kids whilst my Mrs gets her wild swimming lengths in. Might try a wild camp on a loch island or two.
Next on the Camino...
Found this out on the moors today
I feel a bit Chicken Joe -SURFS UP.
No Blues Monday
Near Castle Crag on the Borrowdale Trail Half Marathon today. As you can see the guys on the Lake District meet will have had a much nicer day today.
It's been a warm one on Crete ...
That's just glorious.
Do you work out there?
Thanks. Glad you like it. The NLCs were amazing that night, best I've ever seen.
Yes, I've been working on Harris for 3 months. That stint of work has finished last week and I'm missing it dearly. It's such a wonderful place...without doubt, its some of, if not the best of Scotland.
What a great opportunity. I did my uni fieldwork on Skye and spent 3 months there living in a beat up camper van. Some of the sunsets were amazing.
Xania/Chania Don't eat on the waterfront there, worst food in the town.
Only problem, where the good food is they mightn't (more than likely wont) have a menu in english.
edit: sorry, good food, there's a little quarter about 2 streets over to the left of the main pedestrian street heading back up to the main road. Lovely venetian old town through.
Google stitched some pics I did of Keswick market square on Friday evening.
A few pictures from Sunday/Monday
Doe Tor Brook
@steve peck Cricket and my Notch
I love the picture of the Wheal Frederick ruin. Quite an big mine through to Dick’s Well. Great spot for an overnight, water from a leat and shelter from the extensive girts.
Stunning views from Beinn Alligin... Missed the week of sunshine in the NW highlands and got a whole week of non stop foggy hills, sideways rain, midges and ticks.
Im so going to the Pyrinees next time....
I was thinking the same , love coming across places like that.
We had already eaten there by time i had read this but all was good thankfully. Will be returning after a boat cruise in a couple of days for our last evening so will try some off the front thanks...
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