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East Okement (slides)?

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That's the Gamlan, but no, further south.

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Not the Okement, but close.

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Damn. I thought Nantgerdywerdywerdy too.
Is it a 'normal' run but super high up. Not the Plym as it's felt up top... so something like the Tavy?
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The Taw, Bernards Acre to Sticklepath section?

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The Haffes.

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none of those, not a bit of a 'normal' run.

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West Okemont then?
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No part or trib of the Okement.

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I was thinking "Moor Brook" since you wrote the guide to it, but that is a tributary of the Okement.
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The Lyd?
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Yes, the Lyd, coincidentally we paddled it on the way home from the Moor Brook.

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I'm away, so someone else want to jump in.
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How about this one...

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Head Banger on the Lower Moriston?

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Got it in one, over to you...

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Heres a nice classy ditch. Apologies for the poor quality, it was a very rainy day!Image

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Hindburn?
it's not a playboat, it's a river runner

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Nope, sorry.

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It looks a bit like Lennings Fall on the Clough but it's not. Something Scottish. Lochy (Tyndrum)?
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Looks a bit like that one near Aber. The Rednut, Redundant or whatever...
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Its not any of those but it is something Scottish... Not too far from Fort William!

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The Kiachnish?
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Last drop on the Dubh Lighe?
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Still no! Getting warmer with Kiachnish though.

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Fassfern?

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murraypeden wrote:
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Still no! Getting warmer with Kiachnish though.
Never done it, but have walked up the Cour when it was dry. Could it be a drop on that?
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Scaddle?

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Is it that fun slab drop on the L.A.Rock (Laroch)? Not much else close to the Kiachnish other than the Nathrach...

P.S. If you're having trouble with rain on the lens, just wait for a clear, dry day instead, problem solved.
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Water of Nevis

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