Category Archives: Mountaineering

Yesterday was a great day I headed along the coast to Cummingston it was so warm and I enjoyed getting next to sea sitting on the rocks and enjoying the sunny weather. I looked up and the sky had a … Continue reading

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Duke of Edinburgh Award Expedition 13 to 16 Oct 1967 End of Day 1 – 13 Oct to 14 Oct 1967 Location Forest Bridge near Loch Doon We had had a long first day and camped in a “perfect” location. … 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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After I gave my talk in Ayr On Wednesday I was given some photocopied papers and two great photos at the end of a long day. I had driven from home to Ayr that day 4 hours and set up … Continue reading

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It was a long warm 4 hour drive yesterday to my home town of Ayr to speak at a fundraiser for Galloway MRT. My grand kids were heading home to England on the same day so I am glad my … Continue reading

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I am preparing for my chat in Ayr tomorrow. In the town Hall. Hopefully it will go well and Galloway MRT will raise some money for the team. I was brought up in Ayr and the town means a lot … Continue reading

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My granddaughters are up from down South they are only young yet so wise already about the environment. They are aged 5 and 8. They are staying locally at Hopeman and living next to the beach. They were telling me … Continue reading

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