The obligatory whiz up the Bealach

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The obligatory whiz up the Bealach

Postby slparry » Sat Jun 15, 2024 11:10 am

... In standard Scottish weather, if you're quick there's a deer munching grass just before the village



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Re: The obligatory whiz up the Bealach

Postby popsky » Sat Jun 15, 2024 1:10 pm

Lovely weather for it Steve and some very nice courteous riding but how you didn’t crash at that speed :mrgreen:
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Re: The obligatory whiz up the Bealach

Postby slparry » Sat Jun 15, 2024 1:38 pm

Was taking it easy as I had a tummy full of seafood having had lunch at the excellent Kishorn Seafood bar at loch carron

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Re: The obligatory whiz up the Bealach

Postby popsky » Sat Jun 15, 2024 6:36 pm

Bloody hell Steve, don’t think I could ride the 12s after eating that lot, but really yummy, we had there sea food plater the last time we stayed at Lochcarron, it was in the Covid period so we had it in a takeaway, lovely but didn’t have the same visual appeal as yours. I’d assume you’ll be tasting the whiskey assortment at the Applecross Inn
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Re: The obligatory whiz up the Bealach

Postby slparry » Sat Jun 15, 2024 6:55 pm

popsky wrote:Bloody hell Steve, don’t think I could ride the 12s after eating that lot, but really yummy, we had there sea food plater the last time we stayed at Lochcarron, it was in the Covid period so we had it in a takeaway, lovely but didn’t have the same visual appeal as yours. I’d assume you’ll be tasting the whiskey assortment at the Applecross Inn


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Re: The obligatory whiz up the Bealach

Postby Paul » Mon Jun 17, 2024 7:47 am

Looks delightful Steve, but with my fish allergy, it would probably finish me off. I hope you didn't let them fob you off with whiskey after that when they probably have a bottle or eleventy-two of whisky around which would be much more in keeping with the location.

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Re: The obligatory whiz up the Bealach

Postby slparry » Mon Jun 17, 2024 8:50 am

Paul wrote:Looks delightful Steve, but with my fish allergy, it would probably finish me off. I hope you didn't let them fob you off with whiskey after that when they probably have a bottle or eleventy-two of whisky around which would be much more in keeping with the location.

Cheers,

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nope proper Islay stuff not that Irish muck :D
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Re: The obligatory whiz up the Bealach

Postby slparry » Mon Jun 17, 2024 8:51 am

Paul wrote:Looks delightful Steve, but with my fish allergy, it would probably finish me off. I hope you didn't let them fob you off with whiskey after that when they probably have a bottle or eleventy-two of whisky around which would be much more in keeping with the location.

Cheers,

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nope proper Islay stuff not that Irish puke :D
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