Got my Iphone back now to dry it out any ideas?

I went to Huntly to pick up my lost Iphone which I lost near the summit of Beinn Eighe in February by an incredibly kind gentleman from Huntly who found it. I was taken down by Pete last night to Huntly and we picked it up and left him suitably rewarded.

The Lost phone on Beinn Eighe

The Lost phone on Beinn Eighe – photo taken 2016 Feb.

A great trip and shows that good Karma does exist.  I have some ideas from the web on how to dry it out anD just now is of and sitting in some rice !  We will see what happens. On the way to Huntly there was heavy haar and then it cleared into a sunny beautiful night, Ben Rinnes my local Corbett was looking stunning and Pete was planning his last day in Scotland on An Teallach today. I just sat there still feeling poorly and so fed up at not getting out on the hills and the wonderful weather.

An Teallach 2014 March photo Smiling Al Barnard.

An Teallach 2014 March photo Smiling Al Barnard.

Pete is way early this morning with the man who always smiles Al “The Smile” Barnard and they will have a great day and the photos as always will make me so jealous. An Teallach in any conditions is a wonderful day and I am envious of them but glad they have had such fun. Hopefully my illness is on the way out and things will get better soon. Balance is coming back and I can hear a bit better? I still have the creaky voice though!

I am hoping to be fit enough to  travel down to Ayr on Monday to my sisters funeral and have had so many offers of a lift down by so many good people. I cannot thank you all enough. So much kindness and care it makes the world go round, thank you all. It will not be an easy week but it will be a celebration of a lovely lady my sister Jenifer with my family.

Today I will be bombarded with photos of great mountains and Scotland at its finest, am I jealous no way.

Get out there and fill your boots, LIVE EVERY DAY.

I am looking for photos of Tom Taylor RAF MR Team Leader, ARCC and general Mountain Rescue Legend in his youth can you help?

Tom Taylor - the man the legend.

Tom Taylor – the man the legend.

About heavywhalley.MBE

After dinner speaker Lecturer and Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 36 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 4 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer and loves the wild places.
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2 Responses to Got my Iphone back now to dry it out any ideas?

  1. ptsd17 says:

    Put it in a bag of rice (uncooked) and place it in your airing cupboard.

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