Author Archives: Aye Can
As I picked up the keys for the car I realised with horror that I’d not thought this through…Six weeks supporting my Significant Other (S.O.) to cross the Pyrenees from West to East, and I’d never driven on that side … Continue reading
Sometime I act in haste and repent at leisure – thus was born the Comrie to Cape Town virtually… I’ve just taken possession of a ‘bike that goes nowhere’ in an effort to increase my stamina and protect my knees whilst … Continue reading
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The first trip on Friday 12th Feb 2016 is up Ben Chonzie (pronounced Ben Y Hone…). This starts from Comrie. A relatively ‘easy’ munro, this mountain has fabulous views on a clear day to Loch Turret below the summit. You also see across to the Ben Lawers range and the Balqhidder hills and even Ben Nevis if we’ve a sharp February day. We’re likely to encounter wild hares that are camouflaged white in winter. Email me if interested Continue reading
Morocco seems a long time ago now with the short days upon us and a dusting of snow on the hills. What I forgot to mention when I posted about Morocco, was that right at the end of the trek … Continue reading
Four mules and five Berbers supporting six women – a force to be reckoned with! Thus we took on Jebel M’Goun in Morocco, one of the country’s highest but most challenging peaks. Early snow meant quite a covering which added … Continue reading
Being bold : a challenge for you.