New Year is always a very well attended meet, and over three days 30 club/family members made an appearance. Some stayed for all 3 nights where others managed a fleeting hello on Hogmanay. The club’s youngest member (Edward - 3months) attended his third meet. Surely a record?! Mary was the only
Every second year Black Rock marks the handing over of the Presidential Tankard. This year from outgoing president Lorna Duncan to our new President Joady MacRae. The tankard was filled with Balvenie Doublewood, on Colin’s recommendation! The occasion is so prestigious that international member
With a promising weekend for some wintery weather, Braes 'o Fife headed to Milehouse (Kincraig) for our November 2019 meet, with plenty of activities in mind for the weekend. On Saturday, Alex and Colin faced the Northern Corries, giving Alex his first taste for winter climbing - Goat Track
A well-attended meet saw 13 members travel to Skye for a weekend of mixed activities. On Friday night a small group met at Sligachan and stayed up watching the sun go down behind Sgurr nan Gillean on a beautiful midge free night. Mary had snuck out in the glorious sunshine that day to get a
We arrived at Mallaig Station at 10.30 p.m. to be greeted by Bob Dawes. “Oh, it’s the ladies from the Braes o’ Fife.” No doubt most of the readers are aware that an entry of five women members, Jeannie Black, Kay Fyfe, Ali Hogg, Helen McAinsh and myself, was accepted for the wettest Ultimate
It’s true that no day on the hills – even in the pouring rain – is without its pleasures, but it’s equally true that you tend to forget this when you wake to see low cloud hiding the tops and all the views you’d dreamt of when making plans the night before. So it was as I slowly came to life that
The following are some scans of our Meets Book 1978 to 1985! Click for bigger images and a real page-turner!!