Archive for the ‘Photos’ Category

  Christmas was a purely family affair (not untypically) last year, and it was nice to have some days off back home to visit the folks. Plenty of eating, drinking, and playing with new toys…       …and whilst the above wasn’t keeping us house-bound, there was a crisp Boxing Day walk, a chance […]

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January 3rd, 2011 Rob and I took a saunter up Moel Siabod via the usual clockwise circuit starting behind Joe Brown’s in Capel Curig and coming back down via the Brenin. There were quite a few people out with it being a bank holiday even with conditions quite treacherous underfoot. We played on some suitably […]

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And whilst I don’t have long to quantify that, here’s a little something from the Mountain Walking Club:

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It just keeps getting better, the weather and the camera. Starting in the Llanberis Pass and finishing in Pete’s Eats, we made it up into Cwm Uchaf and up to Crib y Ddysgl, to Snowdon summit, and down the train track. So, the photos… [click on images to make them larger]

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Llechog Ridge

28Jan08

A fantastic day out this Saturday with the UMWC (the site may be temporarily down). Starting and finishing in Nant Peris at the Vaynol Arms, we negotiated a gorgeous grade 2 scramble with some tricky but safe sections to it. I also got to play with my camera… [click on images to make them larger]

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2007 Photos

28Dec07

Photos haven’t been a strong point of this blog in 2007, whilst Facebook has received a considerably more exhaustiveย  collection of my snaps. So, to change this all (worthy) photos from January 2007 to December 2007 are now posted in: The Gallery [also includes movies]

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Ashton-esque

13Nov07

We went scrambling yesterday, to be exact tri-scrambling. Up Milestone Gully, accross to Heather Terrace and up the East Face (Nor Nor Groove), up to the summit of Tryfan where half of Cornwall had gathered. Down and up Bristly Ridge, accross to Glyder Fawr, and down Devil’s Kitchen (by night). “Dropped me sarnies!”click for a […]

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[click on a photo to view the larger version] Pete, being our officer, had provided us with some cryptic clues as to where our routes would take us on his birthday… – “Brian waits with tea for students with a higher grade, and none too scared of the water.” – “Pass a pen to the […]

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[click on a photo to view the larger version] Having visited the Snowsports club for the first time on the Thursday before, I was immediately roped into taking part in a sponsored ski at the Leeds (Castleford) XScape. And glad I am that i was, it was a cracking day out – all very beneficial […]

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