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Postby visentin » Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:03 am

Also thinking about the Beinn Dearg from Ullapool. If you have any :)

p.s: http://www.mbpost.com/image/274969/User ... Image.html
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Postby visentin » Fri Mar 05, 2010 7:31 am


Thanks ! These 2 first are a bit off the area, but I keep them to illustrate the page.

I've included this one already

These two are a good find ! Completely missed them..
Boydie wrote:Not sure which Beinn Dearg this one is of???
http://www.summitpost.org/image/409089/506261/beinn-dearg.html


Sure, there are many Deargs in Scotland (red peak...) After an investigation in the Author gallery, it appears that this picture follows a serie of An Teallach, then probably our mountain. However someone attached it to the Grampians, which is a mistake. Could you detach it if you have the ed rights on the Grampians ?
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Postby Nanuls » Fri Mar 05, 2010 9:17 am

It's detached, probably my fault it was there anyway :?
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Postby Boydie » Fri Mar 05, 2010 7:45 pm

Hey Dan, where you been hiding? I take it you've been out galavanting in the snow!!!
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Postby Nanuls » Sun Mar 07, 2010 7:56 pm

Hi there,

Yep, there was plenty of snow to play with in January; also got in some climbing on the Gower towards the end of that month. Escaped to New Zealand for Febuary, which was great (photos to come), and spent this weekend in the Peak District. So I've been kind of busy...

How about yourself? Is it still winter up there?
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Postby visentin » Mon Mar 15, 2010 2:52 pm

Hi all,
An elve change occured and cuillins suddenly eroded. Instead of the big conic grabbro mountain lies now a complex range, waiting for your submissions :)
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Postby Boydie » Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:20 pm

Nanuls wrote:Hi there,

Yep, there was plenty of snow to play with in January; also got in some climbing on the Gower towards the end of that month. Escaped to New Zealand for Febuary, which was great (photos to come), and spent this weekend in the Peak District. So I've been kind of busy...

How about yourself? Is it still winter up there?


Aye, you've certainly been busy Dan. Seen your fauna pics from New Zealand the other day. There's some really nice shots in there.

It was still full on winter when you posted this, but it's starting to fade now. I expect there will be another small flurry of snow soon as we usually get some in April. Every year someone says to me that they can't believe it's snowing in April. Oh, if I had a pound...... :D

Looks like I will be in North Wales around the middle of July with the family, so I'll definitely be getting at least one day out in your hills. :idea: Fancy trying to get a small SP gathering together???
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Postby Boydie » Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:28 pm

visentin wrote:Hi all,
An elve change occured and cuillins suddenly eroded. Instead of the big conic grabbro mountain lies now a complex range, waiting for your submissions :)


Eric, looks like Dan Bailey may have changed it over to an Area & Range page. Glad to see that has happened, hopefully the Ben Lawers page will change over to one in the not to distant future too. Just read your A'Ghlas-Bheinn page. Nice addition again. Will keep an eye out for your Sgurr nan Gillean submission :D .
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Postby visentin » Tue Mar 23, 2010 7:22 am

Boydie wrote:Eric, looks like Dan Bailey may have changed it over to an Area & Range page. Glad to see that has happened, hopefully the Ben Lawers page will change over to one in the not to distant future too. Just read your A'Ghlas-Bheinn page. Nice addition again. Will keep an eye out for your Sgurr nan Gillean submission :D .


Indeed the elve Bob did it, Dan Bailey didn't reply. Yes, it makes more sense to attach mountains to areas than mountains to mountains ! Thanks for your comment on Sgurr nan Gillean. The mountain does deserve a lot of writting so feel free to suggest me additions. After that I might do Bruach na Frithe.
What's wrong with the peak "Ben Lawers Range" ? (apart from the word range). IMHO the page is correct, and there is nothing wrong to encapsulate the other munros in it. I walked these 4 munros and I must say that they are all overshaddowed by Ben Lawers. Indeed I did the same with "The Deargs" for Ben Dearg and the 5 sisters all at once.
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Postby Nanuls » Tue Mar 23, 2010 9:45 am

Boydie wrote:
Nanuls wrote:Hi there,

Yep, there was plenty of snow to play with in January; also got in some climbing on the Gower towards the end of that month. Escaped to New Zealand for Febuary, which was great (photos to come), and spent this weekend in the Peak District. So I've been kind of busy...

How about yourself? Is it still winter up there?


Aye, you've certainly been busy Dan. Seen your fauna pics from New Zealand the other day. There's some really nice shots in there.

It was still full on winter when you posted this, but it's starting to fade now. I expect there will be another small flurry of snow soon as we usually get some in April. Every year someone says to me that they can't believe it's snowing in April. Oh, if I had a pound...... :D

Looks like I will be in North Wales around the middle of July with the family, so I'll definitely be getting at least one day out in your hills. :idea: Fancy trying to get a small SP gathering together???


Hi there

Sounds good, I should be around in July; let us know when your down and we'll try and arrange something. I'm sure we can round a few people up!

Winter's still clinging on here, but I've pretty much given up on it. On the coast it's warm enought to rock climb, so that's what I'm doing.
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Postby Boydie » Tue Mar 23, 2010 6:20 pm

Nanuls wrote:Hi there

Sounds good, I should be around in July; let us know when your down and we'll try and arrange something. I'm sure we can round a few people up!

Winter's still clinging on here, but I've pretty much given up on it. On the coast it's warm enought to rock climb, so that's what I'm doing.


I'm driving down to Prestatyn on Saturday the 17th of July and returning the following Saturday. I'm fine with any of the days in between, although I'd imagine that the Sunday would be easier for most people so as to avoid work commitments.
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Postby Nanuls » Fri Mar 26, 2010 11:28 am

Sounds good; Sunday is defiantly best for me. You got any mountains or routes you want to do? There's lots and lots and lots of options!
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