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Edited May 16, 2017, 09:54
The value of field-notes
May 16, 2017, 09:52
As mentioned elsewhere am off up to the Kilmartin Glen area on Friday. Spent an hour or two yesterday reading through the field-notes on TMA (still a way to go). Making notes of grid references, cross referencing with OS map and the superb Kilmartin Inventory recommended by Tiompan.

Just wanted to say thank you to all those who have written field notes in the distant and more recent past. Not going mention people by name in case I miss someone out. The field-note on Blairbuie stood outs as involves a climb up Creagan Breac then deep into forest. I have written next to it "sounds a bit difficult". Rockartwolf photographed it up-lit at night which inspires even more respect (I'm the original scaredy-cat in the dark).

A little adventure which without the shared knowledge from contributors to TMA probably wouldn't be happening. A brilliant resource, long may it last.
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