3 Trips Thursday #64

Last of Merrick's snow

3 Trips Thursday #64

It's been a while. A very long while. I'm not making any promises but we'll see how this goes. I got caught up with other stuff and life in general. Anyway let’s get onto the most important part, the trips. 

The first is a cracking overnighter in the Tunskeen Bothy down in Galloway. I’ve had some belters of nights in there myself. The second is a good wee walk up the Lundie Craigs in Perthshire and last  but my no means least. A cold few days in the Cheviots. Just shows if you pack right and have the correct gear you can still have fun this time of year.

The Links.

  1. Tunskeen Bothy. Galloway and Carrick Forest Trip.
  2. Lundie Craigs.
  3. Cold Camping in the Cheviots.

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Thanks for reading. Have a very Merry Christmas, a cool Yule or whatever you celebrate at this time of year.

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