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The Highlander
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Summer Isles

Post by The Highlander » Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:47 pm

Nice afternoon, so just off to the Summer Isles area. See if I can get some nice photos.


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Re: Summer Isles

Post by simon » Wed Oct 11, 2017 4:35 pm

Peeing with rain in Cornwall 😢
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Re: Summer Isles

Post by The Highlander » Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:22 pm

Aye and it tiddled down here just after I left home.

Anyway, took a few photos, only cos I promised. Thankfully most of the Touroids have left, but still a few infernal Camper Vans, who don't know what passing place signs are and their left from their right. :evil:




Stac Pollaidh from the unclassified Drumrunie Lodge to Aciltibuie road.

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As above, but closer!

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Think the sign post say it all.

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The Summer Isles from Achiltibuie

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The beach at Achnahaird. To the left mountains, left to right, the tip of the Quinag, then Suilven, Stac P, Cul Beag and Ben More Coigach - looks different from this angle.

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Re: Summer Isles

Post by The Highlander » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:16 pm

Went to the local Tesco in Ullapool this morning. Kids stayed in car, whilst I went in shopping. They were saying a Ninja with a Samurai sword walked past the car. I thought they were taking the michael until they showed me this tonight they they took on their phone. Strange, but true. can only think it was a Visitor as no self respecting local would dress up like that! Its like the Twilight Zone here at times.

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Re: Summer Isles

Post by Barnsh » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:23 pm

Great Autum colours , Scotland always looks pretty even in the rain.
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Re: Summer Isles

Post by Chippy » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:49 am

Thanks Highlander. Nice scenery but scary visitors you have up there.
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Re: Summer Isles

Post by The Highlander » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:28 am

Thanks and yes, it's a strange one. I just hope the person was in fancy dress and boarded the afternoon ferry to Stornoway.


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Re: Summer Isles

Post by The Highlander » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:29 pm

Forgot to add, the youngest was 4 years old when he climbed Stac P. :lol:

Id get out today, take the RIB with me, but the weather looks iffy again. Not so bothered about me, but three whinging kids in the boat doesn't make for a good time - they are on holiday. :roll:


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Re: Summer Isles

Post by Woolmeister » Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:03 pm

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