Posted: 19/06/2016 at 10:10
Love those pix GD. Looks like that will be a terrific area for wildlife, and people, over time
Some from yesterday's long day on Stob a' Choire Mheadhoin and Stob Coire Easain at Loch Treig, east of Fort Bill.
Tons of little blue butterflies on the walk in. This one eventually stayed still long enough to get a pic
Heading up to the first top. Steep up through the crags, but worse coming down!
Mheadhoin coming into view from the next 'top' Meall Cian Dearg
A nice view of the final approach to Mheadhoin with the plane overhead
Just the other side of the stony, shaley summit, with the second Munro ahead Stob Coire Easain
Pano from the same point, looking south towards Glencoe.
Looking across to the aptly named Grey Corries, Mamores, Nevis etc, from the summit plateau
Weary legs took me to the final summit of the day. Summit cairn is perched on the edge of the steep corrie
Then back by the same route. My little legs were objecting to the idea of the re-ascent!
The view from the north end of the lochan on the drive back out. The hills aren't visible from here - they're south of this, down the right hand side, tucked out of sight
Then I 'rescued' a dodgy looking lamb lying on the road and frothing at the mouth a few hundred yards further on.
Called in at the house further on and she said she'd give the owner a call. My good deed for the day. Although I think it was heading for some mint sauce....