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Tuesday, 28 November 2006

WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT

A few pictures - if only to remind me what it's all about! - These are from previous TGO Challenges. 'Crackerjack!' pencils to those who can identify where they are! And Phil - you are not eligible :)
You can click on them to make them slightly larger.




7 comments:

  1. I think the middle one is looking from Cairn an t'Saigairt Mor down towards Loch Dubh and Loch Muick - but then again I'm probably wrong.

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  2. On second thoughts is the middle one looking back down to Loch Callater from the top of Jock's Road.

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  3. Hi Ali

    That's a 'Crackerjack!' pencil for the first guess and a cabbage for the scond!

    Alan

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  4. Hi Alan,

    I´m definitely not the Brahan seer but I think the last picture might show the Lairigmor section of the West Highland Way.

    Hope I´m the lucky winner of a lightweight and stylish dark-coloured "Crackerjack!" pencil!

    Markus Petter

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  5. Hi Markus

    Thats one of those splendid titanium 'Crackerjack!' pencils to you too sir! Good spotting. The titanium is a rather fetching dark matt grey...

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  6. Can you put us out of our misery re photo 1. I'd guess at 1) Loch Hourn, Barrisdale. 2) Loch Monar or 3)Loch Etive

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  7. Ms Ashton. Doctor, Miss! Ali! Come on! I thought this might fox a few (especially those who bound along the tops!)

    One gentleman has got this right - he emailed me his answer - but I am not going to put you out of your misery yet - But - Here's a clue: It is looking WEST.

    And all your appalling guesses were so wrong! You should take some time to smell the roses and wander through the glens Alison, with us lesser mortals! Take a dram or three with lunch and then an afternoon snifter for relaxation. Enjoy your time IN the hills and less time ON them...

    Love you lots!
    Alan
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