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Couldn’t find a thread where we can all post up the odd picture of us being out and about?   
 

Here’s tonight’s sunset in Silverdale 

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I'll play photo from last summer.

Near valley north uist.

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Mike

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Credit to Dicky or Jon

Yorkshire Dales

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Just not too long, Lovvers dear boy 😊

Mo

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I will play too, chopping logs after putting a different set of wheels on 

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High in Durmitor National Park, Montenegro in 2015, visiting seasonal cheese makers who live up here for a few summer months.

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22 hours ago, Peaklander said:

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High in Durmitor National Park, Montenegro in 2015, visiting seasonal cheese makers who live up here for a few summer months.

Blessed are the cheese makers.

Mo 😉 

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@Vogler That looks stunning. What month(s) were you there? We are "wondering" about Iceland but might have left it too late for this year. The ferry is getting booked-up.

I believe that only July and August are feasible if planning to venture into the highlands? Do you know if that is correct?

@Mo Murphy do you like a bit of cheese?

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@Peaklander I'll keep it short not to stray off topic (or at least try...).

Here's an overview of the earliest and latest opening dates of mountain roads on the website of the Vegagardin. During a previous trip we had to change plans because several roads were still closed half of July. (Roads can also be closed due to volcanic activity, in 2015 the F910 was closed just South of Askja because of toxic gasses emited by Barđarbunga)

Mid-August is considered as the end of the high season. After the first week of September the rangers start to prepare the highland campsites for winter. 

If you go early, than you can take advantage of the long daylight. On the other hand, rivers and fords tend to be lower the later you go.

Since a couple of years there's a RoRo ferry which transports cars (so without passengers, you'll have to fly) from Rotterdam (Netherlands) to the southwest within bus range from from Keflavik/Reykjavik. This might save you a week of travel time compared with the Denmark ferry.

Joris

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14 hours ago, Peaklander said:

@Vogler That looks stunning. What month(s) were you there? We are "wondering" about Iceland but might have left it too late for this year. The ferry is getting booked-up.

I believe that only July and August are feasible if planning to venture into the highlands? Do you know if that is correct?

@Mo Murphy do you like a bit of cheese?

 

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