Even by British standards it has been a little damp for the summer. It is still possible to find good weather if you look hard enough but it does involve a fair bit of driving and some staring at synoptic charts. The last few weeks have been busy with work and courses, I took some days off and completed my Mountaineering Instructors training which was great fun (Glenmore lodge is sponsored by Balvenie whisky and has full cooked breakfasts every day which helped) and it was then back on the road for some climbing up North. Then back to work for the last few weeks with the odd day off looking for dry rock or at least dry pubs.
Looking NW from the summit of Scarba. The Garbhellachs are the long thin chain of islands on the left and mull is in the the background. The right side of the image is Lunga, Rua Fiola etc.