Yesterday Pete, Dave and I drove to Glencoe with the constant hope that it would stop raining so heavily or at least turn to snow. As we sat in the lay by looking up at the Bauchaille another flash of lightning spread across the sky. Decision made, we headed to the Ice factor for some teaching in the ice wall, looking at some rope work and even a bit of dry tooling.
Today was very similar but at least it has been snow on the tops and reports from the ski centres are saying there is lots of it. The wind is due to shift to the east tomorrow and temps are due to drop a bit and there is even some sunshine forecasted for midweek.
Getting to grips with some steep ice.