I have got stuck on finishing the Munros and have started to feel guilty if I go out for a walk without 'ticking' another. This is a very unhealthy state of affairs as all the tops I need are a long way away involving long drives with the associated damage to the environment not to mention my wallet! However I decided to head for Glencoe (again) recently to tick off Buachaille Etive Beag ( I am sure I have been up there before but I wasn't counting Munros then).
The forecast was good for the morning so after an early start and an incorrect forecast I climbed into the cloud for an interesting traverse on soft snow imagining the great views I had been promised and almost falling over two people coming up from Glen Etive in almost zero visibility and complaining about the soft snow conditions. The wind was increasing as I descended to the Lairig Eilde and was then able to see my way back to Glencoe.
A very enjoyable but short days walking for a lot of driving made worse by an accident that closed the A82 between Fort Bill and Spean Bridge! I must forget about Munros and reaquaint myself with the local hills.