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Old 07 June 2010, 12:31   #1
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Exploring the Highlands in my sib

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Old 07 June 2010, 13:27   #2
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Excellent stuff Zodiacman You really have seen some sights on your tours, and thanks for sharing
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You could give up the day job and go into film production that was great . Whereabouts Highlands did you go?
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Old 07 June 2010, 16:14   #4
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You could give up the day job and go into film production that was great . Whereabouts Highlands did you go?
We set off from Invershiel on Loch Duich headed NW to Kyle of Lockalsh under the Skye bridge and across to the Applecross peninsular set up camp then went back down to Plockton and up Loch Caron and Loch Kishorn. we then crossed over to the Crowlin Isles stayed there for a couple of days crossing back over to the village of Applecross for an evening in the pub ended up getting towed 5 mile back to the island at 10pm We then headed south back under the Skye bridge into Loch Alsh then down into Loch Hourn we camped there and spent a couple of days exploring the Knoydart coast and Loch Nevis. Apart from the hundred + midge bites and the daily removal of sheep ticks with tweezers it was a perfect weeks "holiday"
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Hi ZM I am just this minute back from L Sween weather great!1 What a great trip you have had great pics thanks for posting.

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Great Pic /Vid

Great stuff

Liked the Pink Floyd soundtrack...good choice.

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