Category Archives: Mountain rescue

The Mountaineering Club are in Rum just now I am sitting patiently waiting for my eyes to recover, I get the odd texts about the fun they are having. Kinloss Mountain Rescue visit to Rum, the Ridge ,the Post Office … Continue reading

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Looking at the weather forecasts be aware of the wintry weather it may catch a few out. It may come as a shock so be ready. It may come as a shock to many and it’s a lot colder my … Continue reading

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This photo was taken yesterday – The Shackleton Memorial on Modal Harris photo taken by D McLeish taken on the 29 th Anniversary 30/4/19. This was from a friend who ran the Crash Guard team after we left Harris we … Continue reading

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Shackelton AEW MK2 WR965. 30th April 1990 Grid reference NF 996914   The RAF Mountain Rescue was formed during the Second World War to rescue aircrew from crashed aircraft in the mountains of the UK. To this day the 3 … Continue reading

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This taking it easy is never easy when the weather is so good I so want to be out on the hills but after my eye surgery I need to give the eyes time to recover. I am spoiled by … Continue reading

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Many who love the mountains and wild places  go for the views a times  we cannot believe that what we have seen and enjoyed and that we should never  take any of it for granted. As we get older a … Continue reading

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I received this in an email yesterday. “I was team leader and founder of RNAS Lossiemouth MRT. We were never part of Kinloss MRT as a sub unit,but an individual unit often working with Kinloss. We were on the “Call-0ut” … Continue reading

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