Some of my dullest days in the hill have been accompanied by clear skies and unbroken sunshine. Here’s to the clouds!
Aye, plus I was glad of the clouds covering that sun now and again, I was getting cooked!
Nice one. Keep doing these wee ‘vlogs’ mate. They’re cool.
We need to hook up and do a ‘ptc’ video I reckon. Always fancied a trip to the Arrochar Alps ;)
Aye a bit cloud is great, i got cooked on Chabhair on Sunday and cooked again on Ben More and Stob Binnein on Monday.
Cookin or freezin………I don’t mind just as long as I can see where I’m going :o)
Re above do I detect just a tad disenchantment with things mechanical?
Ah well today it was cooked, baked & FRIED. Whit a cracker though.
terrybnd, you should do just that, the Arrochar Alps are magic.
You’re good at that filming stuff, you’ll know how to subtitle me so folk know what the hell I’m saying :o)
Gagfaz and Alan, it has indeed been an angry sun up there, that light drizzle as I went to the shop there was really rather nice.
I have a complex relationship with mechanical things.
Also, please tell me someone remembers Screen Test with Michael Rodd?
Oh hell, yes. Mary Poppins, Bedknobs and Broomsticks and the animated Robin Hood featured heavily, I seem to recall. Simpler times :o)
I am not alone then.
Screen Test – oh, aye, that’s my childhood viewing too :)
Who doesn’t remember Screen Test?! It was one of the only ways I got to watch things that were otherwise banned by my parents!
I was accused of being middle class because I watched Screen Test and Blue Peter.
I can understand that. My middle class parents let me watch Screen Test and Blue Peter but not How and Tizwaz!
Aye, Swap Shop was another social position defining viewing option.
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