Tuesday 29 September 2009

Game Over

morning at camp Waiting for breakfast at camp on day 3

Yepidy yep I’m back from that there Scotland. It was a great adventure and I had a grade A time all round. I certainly felt very privileged to be there and at times it felt like we were the only people left on earth – in fact had there have been an “Independence Day-esque” takeover attempt by the aliens, we would have been none the wiser!

I’ll have to get myself organised on the write up and photos and maybe it would be better if I post in stages. I’m not sure what’s going to happen on the podcasting front as I’ve not had a chance to review the recordings just yet. I’m sure I can put something together but I can recall a number of irrelevant ramblings and banter (thanks Paul) that won’t be fit for public consumption for sure!

ullapool beach “Tent fever” kicks in at Ullapool


Nielsen Brown said...

If the last photo is anything to go by the podcasts will be very entertaining. Looking forward to your comments on the gorilla

James Boulter said...

Look forward to the write up. Did you have any problems with regards to stalking? looks like you did not get shot anyway!

Marcus said...

Nielsen, well I wouldn't get your hopes up!

Gorilla was quite frankly amazing considering I hadn't even worn it before taking it to Scotland! Initial thoughts are comfortable, light and versatile but I am going to do a full write up soon.

James, we had no particular issues but we bumped into the game keeper of the Wyvis Lodge on the first night. He was really friendly and gave us permission to camp by the river so we promised to leave early in return.