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... but tragic tale, as the Campbells took advantage of the ancient tradition of highland hospitality to massacre their hosts the MacDonalds as they slept one night. To this day, there is a major hotel in Glencoe that still refuses service and rooms to persons with the surname of Campbell. There is a sign above their front door very clearly saying 'NO HAWKERS OR CAMPBELLS", and they stick to it. Tonight we ...
5/9/2014. Friday We have just reached Oban. This is a very pretty little town. We left the hotel rather earlier than needed- that's me being anxious to not miss the train! We had to sit at the station & watch the board saying which trains were going for ...
... out of the way on the Morven Peninsula - involving a couple of crossings on the Corran Ferry. But it looks like it ought to be good and we've got an excellent warm sunny day for it.
The seven of us (Louise, Graham, Graham, Roland, Paul, Fletcher and me) start out on a lengthy gradual ascent of what I suppose you'd call the south east ridge. It's mainly grassy, but with some steeper sections of bare rock, which liven things up a bit. It looks like ...
... I didn't quite make it to my position for one of the pictures, so it turned out like an action shot. I included it here because I thought it looked cool. Then I heard a voice and the man from the Australian couple asked me if I wanted him to take a picture of me with my camera. So he did that and then I took pictures of them with their camera too
By this time, the weather started to clear up considerably, with some blue sky coming in. As time passed, the weather ...
... on Sunday morning.
Most others headed home on Sunday morning while four of us; Richard, Malcolm, Harry and I tackled two more Munros; Bidean nam Bian and Stob Coire Shreamhach. There were snow showers about but apart from a five minute flurry they managed to avoid us. We might have descended via the Lost Valley but snow in the upper reaches of the corrie precluded that route. Instead we went along the Beinn Fhada ridge. We were accompanied by two Austrians ...