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Stock-take in Scotland


After over 800 miles and some hectic but very rewarding visits to The Outward Bound Trust centres at Aberdovey, Ullswater and Loch Eil, it’s time to take stock of what I’ve learnt – be that about the Trust and their work with young people, or the expedition bike and the kit that goes with it.  A small caravan tucked away just outside Fort William provides the ideal location – quiet, ready access to a busy town with lots of outdoor shops, and good internet access via my netbook.  Also an opportunity to plan my route back to Somerset.


And what the haggis and neaps lacked in authenticity was more than made up by improvisation… well possibly….



One response to “Stock-take in Scotland”

  1. Peter says:

    Hi Ken,
    Having seen the photo of your dinner remind me not to let you do any cooking on our welsh bike building trip. Sounds as though body and equipment are shaping up. You certainly seem to have had some `weather`, unlike here, very pleasant. The last week Carol and I have spent in mid wales house hunting. Nothing to report.

    Good riding.

    Peter & Carol

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