I've mentioned it to a few mates and said if it had Lecky and running water people (normal ones, not us weirdos) would pay hundreds a week to stay there.Great write up guys , looks a fantastic location ......
That's not a Bothy , that's a B&B
Sod lecky, can produce what I need on the stoves, water do-able, might have to Bothy hop, an almost free life lmaoI've mentioned it to a few mates and said if it had Lecky and running water people (normal ones, not us weirdos) would pay hundreds a week to stay there.
Smurf is going to have to up his game for the Lairig Leacach.
I look forward to part 2
I look forward to our next trip too! a small wooden cabin in a forest is my next hoped-for destination. Need to arrange with Bam before it gets too warm!Outstanding write up and pictures of a great trip.
Stunningly beautiful scenery.
As above...... Look forward to part 2
Thanks for sharing.
Like I say, I wasn't talking about us weirdos, more the mainstream. Have my own lecky options, used one of these in the bothy,Sod lecky, can produce what I need on the stoves, water do-able, might have to Bothy hop, an almost free life lmao
If ever they bring out universal income then I'll be off to the hills for good - The bothies will be busy!
It arrived today and looks the biz, I'll have it out with me on friday although I'm not in a mad rush to use it in anger. Thanks again for the pointer.Nice trip and photos guys
Just a thought for you @Bam and @smurf.....in a small shelter where sleeping space is a premium........ I like to use "Waterproof Pack Covers" and store the kit outside beneath them.
Freeing up space under the shelter and keeping your kit dry.......packs.....boots ..........jackets........stoves etc.
Great bits of kit........ the XL 120ltr will cover a fair amount....especially if you're going light.
Placed at one end of the shelter can help block out the draughts
Not much money and weigh nothing.....but do offer convenience.
Looking forward to Smurfs account of the trip.