Monthly Archives: March 2014

Tranters Round – The Longest day

Copied from notes left by the Late Jim Green Kinloss Mountain Rescue The heart of the Central Highlands of Scotland is a vast upland wilderness; its interior is remote and difficult to access. It is bounded to the North by … Continue reading

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Mothers Day – Tribute

It has been many years since I lost my Mother, she died of Leukemia an awful disease which she kept away from most of the family, and she did not want to worry us. That was typical of her and off … Continue reading

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I learnt about climbing from that! No 2. Wear a helmet.

I Learnt about climbing from that! No 2 This was an email received  after my last piece  many thanks  – Good article and an excellent idea to make us all think and learn from our own and others mistakes. A … Continue reading

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Tales of great days on Arran – South Ridge Direct.

A few ascents of South Ridge Direct another Arran Classic! I was putting together my Blog for the last few days and as those who have been following will realise it has a great Arran theme. This reminded me of … Continue reading

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Another Arran Classic – Heavy Days in the Labyrinth – new climbing Guide to Arran and the Inner Hebrides!

“Heavy days” in the Labyrinth By Kenny Kennworthy One Time Team Leader RAF Kinloss MRT As Graham Little (top Jock rock climber) said, “in retrospect ones earlier climbs seem glorious affairs” The setting the majestic Isle Of Arran, Scotland in … Continue reading

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Exxon Spill – 25 Years of Tears

Prince William Sound, 2010 Time has a strange affect on events in our lives. I feel I’m looking through a glass of water when I look back 25 years to…

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The wonderful Isle of Arran – 1948 my Dad’s tale!

This article was taken from some notes left and kept by my brother in Bermuda and found many years later. Unfortunately one page is missing, the first page but from the text the writer Rev W H Whalley (my father) … Continue reading

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