Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Good Luck Stewart

Just to say Good Luck to my lovely friend Ann's hubby Stewart who is off to bag his first Munro this weekend and according to Ann it could be his last.....shame on you woman.....although have to admit....he will discover parts of his body hurting that he never knew existed.....hope he has been doing some training.    And the reason for this madness..oops sorry Stewart...great idea.....well he is walking with a group of 6 raising money for Cancer Research and they hope to raise over £2K......and the Munro in question......

Buachaille Etive Mhor  (The Great Shepherd of Etive)
standing guard over the entrance to Glen Etive and Glencoe
This is a truly stunning climb if the weather is kind.....fingers crossed for an overcast coolish dry day...believe me you don't want driving rain...howling gales or brilliant sunshine...wishing  you lots of luck Stewart and  good on you mate for having a go...tell Ann to have a hot bath running and lots of massage oil waiting for your return....personally I recommend the old horse linament...but it's hardly an essential everyday item in most folks' bathroom cabinets....and just a little thought to put a spring in your step...there are 284 Munros up for after this one Stewart....just another 283 to go.

P.S. I hope I ain't tempting fate but I think I may be organized enough for Sneaky Peek Thursday catch up with you all tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

Oh My word!!!!!!
`Good Luck` with the walk!!!!It looks beautiful
fab cause tho!!!!
Have a lovely Day Kath......:)x

Macpurp said...

Good Luck Stewart!!1
looks an amazing walk and no mean feat to bag that munro!
great cause!!

love tina x

Allison said...

good luck to him, I love Glencoe- but just to look at not to climb!

Unfading Spring said...

Good Luck to Stewert. My Daughter-in-Law Rhiannon is walking the 3 peaks in Lancs and Yorks for Cancer Research this weekend too.

weewiccababe said...

good luck to Stewart

Kim Piggott said...

Oh good luck Stewart!
kim x

melody said...

wow ~ what a gorgeous looking place!
and good luck on the walk stewart!

Desire Fourie said...

What a great idea to climb a mountain in aid of cancer. Every bit helps. It reminds me of our recent summit to Cleft Peak here in South Africa. Hugs from Desire


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