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    Out Glen Elchaig to An Cruachan- fairly remote in Scottish terms.













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    Jealously is pathetic

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    I know

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    irritatingly impressive as ever Kinley...

    I was hoping to finish the Wainwirghts before starting trips north but i think these pics will tempt me to do otherwise... ...

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    It won't be like that when you get there, El M. At least, go when I'm not there; it's generally a test of my waterproofs

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    I don't think Kinley owns waterproofs!

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    Weather control is a handy thing to have

    Managing to both spot and photograph those lizards very impressive too. Surprised they don't just scoot off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Carpenter View Post
    Weather control is a handy thing to have Managing to both spot and photograph those lizards very impressive too. Surprised they don't just scoot off.
    I've heard he carries them around in his pockets and has names for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev The Nasty Meanie View Post
    I've heard he carries them around in his pockets and has names for them
    You can rest assured that no lizards were harmed (or pocketed or named)in this report.

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