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David Parry was kind enough to send me these pictures of a trip we did nine years ago to Seana Bhraigh, and a night spent at Magoo's bothy. Winter is the best time for bothying in my opinion, as you tend to get less folks, (well, prior to the spate of books being released on the subject, but don't get me on that!), and the relative comfort of the fire is all the more. Add all of that to a relaxing wee dram and a very remote munro, and you have a great couple of days.