Monthly Archives: June 2018

Off to visit a new crag for me on way to talk tonight – Greymares Slab.

I am heading to the East today to day to have a look at the Grey Mares Slab near the Bullers of Buchan. It is a sea cliff and according to the North East Guidebook it is the most attractive … Continue reading

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I love this comment by a “fan” ! I remembered your wee ” Napoleon Bonaparte” syndrome …

Education is great and it was good to check up what I was called yesterday on the media. I loved it and had forgotten that many have long memories. The quote was “I remembered your wee ” Napoleon Bonaparte” syndrome … Continue reading

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A few thoughts after the Celtman after a great two days. Mountain Extremes talk Thursday 21 st June.

After a long day supporting the Celtman Extreme Triathlon in Torridon  and meeting so many wonderful folk I was pretty tired, it was my first day out for a while it was cold and wet for a lot of the … Continue reading

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The Celtman Extreme Triathlon June 2018, what an event.

It was an incredible idea to organise an Extreme Triathlon in Scotland and a few had their doubts, including myself. A few thought that to run such an event on the West Coast was bold and questions like would the … Continue reading

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Fathers Day – Thanks Dad.

Father day. –  Many would not believe that I had a minister as my father a “Fire and Brimstone minister” a tee – totaller. I looking back had a great child hood though, though we had very little money in … Continue reading

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Celtman Extreme Triathlon today – all the best to all the competitors and those who look after them.

I woke early and think of all the Celtman and women who are now ready for the swim in Loch Torridon 3.2 kilometre early this morning then they are off for a 202 kilometre cycle and then the run over … Continue reading

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Jenny Graham via BBC Video.

twitter.com/bbcscotlandnews/status/1007284024765640704 A BBC Video on our Jenny on her big trip Round the World – all the best Jenny , safe journey from all your pals all over the UK. That picture below sums her up.

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