An Teallach wreath. In memory of Sarah Hassall thank you Angus Jack.

Sarah on An Teallach “ Best Ever”

A great friend of the RAF MRT Angus Jack from the local Dundonnell MRT laid a wreath on An Teallach this weekend in memory of Sarah Hassall.

As you will see from the photos An Teallach is in winter garbh an incredible mountain and one Sarah loved.

When I wrote back to Angus to ask and thank him for allowing me to use his words and photos.

He wrote this David Whalley.

“It was an honour and a privelege from our mountain community.” The mountains give us so much.

The wreath – photo Angus Jack.

“At the request of family and friends a wreath was laid on An Teallach at the weekend in memory of Sarah Hassall a former RAF Kinloss and Valley MRT member who died tragically last month.

It was Sarah’s favourite mountain. My thoughts were also of the many deaths on Teallach over the years and thankfully many more successful dramatic rescues.

A faint Brocken Spectre was seen.”

An Teallach – photo Angus Jack

Many thanks Angus for your efforts and kindness. It means so much to her family and her many friends. Thinking of you all.

About heavywhalley.MBE

After dinner speaker Lecturer and Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 37 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 3 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer and loves the wild places.
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2 Responses to An Teallach wreath. In memory of Sarah Hassall thank you Angus Jack.

  1. Ginge Williams says:

    Thanks for posting Heavs, still such a tragic loss. My utmost respect to the Dundonnell MRT members for this heart-felt gesture. May Sarah rest in peace.

    Liked by 1 person

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