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Fang_Farrier

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Cape Wrath might be interesting.
 

Posing a little bit (no hairdressing tools are left in this vehicle overnight).


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ND 2ltr SatNav? Perfect nimble chassis for the 500!
 

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Drove across to the West coast, stopped at Knockan Crags.
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Out to Rhue lighthouse

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Lunch was Ullapool seafood shack

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Police Scotland are running Operation Close Pass, basically an undercover Police cyclist with various cameras, overtake too close and you're stopped up ahead and told about the errors of your way.

They are also running operation Light up, stopping cyclists who are not sufficiently visible.
 

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Carve your own racing spoon

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Locals showing their displeasure by painting over the road signs
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Was done a while ago, just not had a chance to stop to take picture.

Still plenty tourists around.

Don't those tourists get lost following a coastline now the signs have been vandalised?

One day they'll have navigation systems based on satellites, after which they can dispense with those fold up bits of paper with coloured lines and shapes on.

Maps, I believe they call them.
 

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Don't those tourists get lost following a coastline now the signs have been vandalised?

One day they'll have navigation systems based on satellites, after which they can dispense with those fold up bits of paper with coloured lines and shapes on.

Maps, I believe they call them.

Still plenty using maps. Suspect they don't opt for the satnav when they hire the campervan.

Plenty wee roads and a couple of options in different locations. If you follow the coast you can quickly end up off route.
 
Still plenty using maps. Suspect they don't opt for the satnav when they hire the campervan.

Plenty wee roads and a couple of options in different locations. If you follow the coast you can quickly end up off route.
...and end up blocking the road for locals as you attempt to turn your hired mobile home around to get back on track.

Hoots mon, that was well thought out ye ken. Och aye Jimmy.
 

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...and end up blocking the road for locals as you attempt to turn your hired mobile home around to get back on track.

Hoots mon, that was well thought out ye ken. Och aye Jimmy.


That's been a common occurrence for years, sign posts or not
 
Great pics Ravers.

The scenery in that part of the world is mind bendingly ancient, the Highlands once comprised a mountain range that dwarfed the Himalayas. They are actually the same rocks as the ones found in Appalachia mountains USA because they were originally part of the same chain. Some are around 400,000,000 years old.


 

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That makes it alright, then.

What? Folk hiring large campervans and taking them round single track roads that they have no experience of?

It's a barrel of laughs.
 
What? Folk hiring large campervans and taking them round single track roads that they have no experience of?

It's a barrel of laughs.

Vandalism of road signs.

As long as it causes visitors some inconvenience.

Even if it makes your own life difficult.

It's a barrel of laughs. If you're an inbred retard.
 

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