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Stephen Mac

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Wildcamping on the Galtee Mountains
« on: 20:16:26, 09/04/15 »
 O0  I too advantage of the good weather and went for an overnight trip to the Galtee Mountains. I camped high on the ridge and it didn't disappoint. I must do this more often. Story and pics here http://howlingmist.blogspot.com/2015/04/galtees-wildcamp.html
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April

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Re: Wildcamping on the Galtee Mountainy
« Reply #1 on: 20:36:12, 09/04/15 »
Lovely photos again Stephen  O0  Love the towards Galtymor shot taken in the morning  :)
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beefy

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Re: Wildcamping on the Galtee Mountainy
« Reply #2 on: 20:37:57, 09/04/15 »
wow great pics very nice ...  O0

Welsh Rambler

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Re: Wildcamping on the Galtee Mountainy
« Reply #3 on: 20:48:31, 09/04/15 »
Really enjoyed the photos (particularly the clouds) and the write up Stephen. Thanks for sharing  O0


Regards Keith

Stephen Mac

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Re: Wildcamping on the Galtee Mountainy
« Reply #4 on: 22:17:40, 09/04/15 »
Thanks guys.  Come and visit

Ozric

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Re: Wildcamping on the Galtee Mountains
« Reply #5 on: 16:57:48, 11/04/15 »
Great shots, enjoyed your blog site.
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Innominate Man

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Re: Wildcamping on the Galtee Mountainy
« Reply #6 on: 15:48:51, 16/04/15 »
Thanks guys.  Come and visit


Your blogs make it hard for anyone not to want to visit and if they don't I suspect their pulse has stopped.
I really enjoy your reports and photos and the way you take advantage of any time you can 'pinch'.


Keep up the good work Stephen.
Only a hill but all of life to me,
Up there, between the sunset and the sea.  Geoffrey Winthrop Young.