More munro knitting, this time atop Buachaille Etive Mor, the huge pink granite “shepherd” of Glen Etive, towards Glen Coe.


After a rocky scramble of an ascent and a few minutes across the moon-like surface of the tops of Stob Dearg we were up in the clouds. I worked on a sock:


but could only manage a few rounds before I had to stick my gloves back on:


chilly! But a fantastic walk….

2 thoughts on “Buachaille Etive Mor

  1. Love this post! I like that you are working on a sock, I can’t remember you knitting a lot of socks (that you’ve shown us here on the blog)? Even though the day must have been chilly, it must have been spectacular knitting up there in the clouds.


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