Looney Tunes

17th April 2017

That’s All Folks! This is the last blog before the weekend. The final blogs will be Fri 21 and Sat 22.

Spring has sprung – skeins of Geese and a Red Throated Diver (Loon family) calling above Loch Broom, Herring Gulls ‘thinking’ about nesting on our chimney pot and House Sparrows were noted checking out the holes in our wall.

We had a lovely bright morning before a band of light rain (with summit snow) crossed the area in the afternoon, clearing again later. Fresh snow will remain above 750m with occasional patches of firm old snow. Some minor cornice development observed in the Fannaich mountains today. Remaining unsettled and warming by midweek.

Below are a few photos of the main Fannaichs. You should be familiar with the mountain names by now! If not, check out last Saturday’s blog.


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