Rhona the Rowan
6th January 2018
Each season I visit a lonesome Rowan tree hanging in there at 570 metres on the East shoulder of Meall a’ Ghiuthais. It’s a metaphor for survival, taking advantage of circumstancesÂ and acceptingÂ ones lot in life. Anyway, as expected, it was a day for classic sharp winter views. Bitterly cold in the NE wind and it remains very wintry above 650 metres.
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6th January 2018 11:03 pm
The eagle was above us as we climbed on western buttress of choirs Mich fearchan. Wonderful!
7th January 2018 3:00 pm
Nice. A sighting like that can make the day. You must have had a great day on Western Buttress.