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<b>Isle of Skye</b>Posted by GLADMAN
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Isle of Skye by GLADMAN There are not many large cairns to be found upon The Red Cuillin... fewer still (if any?) upon The Black. This example, upon Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach (approx NG514 273), although not cited as being of prehistoric origin by the relevant authorities (to my knowledge), nonetheless possesses an intriguing footprint. Worth another opinion? The wondrous Glamaig towers beyond to left, Beinn Dearg Mhor to right... both cairnless.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
28th June 2012ce
Edited 28th June 2012ce
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Comments (4)

To wander that ridge today, and forever. The Eternal Posted by The Eternal
30th June 2012ce
Words fail. I thought you had dodgy knees. :-) thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
1st July 2012ce
I do. Arches, too.

Just need to keep within the limitations of what your body's telling you. And use a pair of trekking poles....... it would have been rude not to have had a look, would it not?
1st July 2012ce
Good effort. I don't much like the protesting noises coming from my body these days. If it's not back, it's ankle or knee. Bah. Should have been doing all this 15 years ago. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
1st July 2012ce
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