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Achill Haggis

Achill Haggis

With everyone arrived the weekend started with a club meeting over a few pints of the black stuff. Starry skies over Achill promised a good day ahead. An early morning round of golf was called off ...
Three not wise men

Three not wise men

Ant, And and At managed to do a couple of festive routes at Dunmore Head, before adjourning to the house beside the crag for some rehydration. Seriously rusty! ...
Awesome Tea-Breaks

Awesome Tea-Breaks

Big day out for Colmcillers to Awesome Walls. Two cars were filled from Belfast with pick-ups at Sprucefield and Ardee, loaded down with picnics to fuel the many tea breaks. The plan is to make a ...
Siniolchu Rock Needles

Siniolchu Rock Needles

Having been collected by Jeep from Bagdogra Airport, we spent one night in Gangtok ( the capital of Sikkim), before driving to Mangan, to a homestay for two nights, while Raja bought supplies and ...

Another Visit To Dunseverick

Aaron showed more optimism than I was feeling after the wind practically blew me off my feet in the carpark. We got down into the bowl above the cliff and found ourselves in the lee. Sadly the swell ...
Three PM

Three PM

Three PM On Friday 26th. In Fermanagh, assisting Bill to dredge the remnants of the Arney River ( after a month of drought) on his sponsored swim in aid of cancer research. He was aided by Anneke in ...
Late summer trip to the Alps

Late summer trip to the Alps

John Holterman and I headed to the Chamonix area for a weeks climbing at the end of August. Given the poor weather which had plagued the Alps this summer I was not holding out much hope for getting ...

Black Perception Missing

So PJ and I went to Culdaff for the Sat evening to join Margaret & Gertie for dinner, having forsaken the Owey weekend in favour of a 20 mile Dublin marathon training run. Got up next day ...