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Berriedales Highlands

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by toorboy, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. toorboy

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  2. Gulfstream

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    Nice :cool: --- May I Inquire as to the altitude of the flight?
     
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    thanks Gulfstream the altitude was 100 meter buddy
     
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    Stunning! a great piece of film and very well done.
     
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    thanks Bryn Williams :)
     
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    I've travelled this road many times on my way up to Orkney, and also visiting relatives in Thurso. You have some lovely views of those dreaded hairpins!!

    I also like the peep at Langwell House, which has connections with Welbeck.
     
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    this road always scared me as a kid lol every time :)
     
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    I'm old enough to remember when some of the squiggles in that road were a bit tighter that they are now!!

    I first went up to Caithness in June 1958 and remember going to Wick, Melvich & Reay in my Uncle Jon's little Austin (4 adults + 2 children) to visit various places & seeing some whalers in Scrabster, sheltering from a belt of adverse weather over the previous few days. Yet for our fortnight in in Thurso, the weather was fantastic - sunny - Dad's workmates didn't believe him when he told them of the sun, when it'd been raining & flooding for the pit fortnight at Skeggy (Skegness miners holiday camp).

    Since then, I've passed through every few years as I love Orkney!

    Hey!! I'm rabbiting along about my previous life!!
     
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