So the party from the Clashgour meet headed over to Glen Coe and had a pleasant walk up to the Lost Valley and then the more strenuous path to the bealach on the Bidean ridge above. Here, Greg and Donald turned back, as they needed to get back to Aberdeen. The cloud that was in the upper Lost Valley was absent from the southern side of the ridge and so there were great views down Glen Etive to the Loch and surrounding hills.
After the tough ascent to the bealach everyone was happy to stuff their faces!
5 of us completed the short ascent to the top of Stob Coire Sgreamhach ( which Linda may or may not have been to before!)
Scuz read out a poem and we all sang the chorus, throats wetted with a bottle of fizz:
Ode to Aunty's Last Munro
In the beginning Aunty was in denial
She didn't start ticking her Munros for quite a while.
Eventually The Goat's definitive record was compiled
from Aunty's Munro book notes which was quite a trial.
Oh dippy Aunty, on her last Munro!
She had a list
And now it's ticked;
Just one descent to go!
We thought Aunty's Last Munro would never come.
She's had a clutch of Munros she hasn't done for years.
And then she got into her Ultra run
And her portfolio completion was much more fun.
Now the dippy brunette syndrome is worth some attention -
forgetting her running shoes gets an honourable mention;
the wooden compass award to add to the collection
and getting Scuzzered by Scuz all part of the convention!
For Logical Munro Units Aunty had the wooden spoon:
She'd done all the Black Mount except Meall nan Eun,
all the great Grey Corries except little Stob Ban
and all of the Cullins except Am Bastair - Damn!