Leaving early on Friday the overcast sky was darkening rapidly and I would have been expecting a heavy downpour had I not known of the eclipse. Others with clear sky reported an inability to leave until the observations of the return of the sun god had been completed.

After a damp run up to the weekend Friday afternoon was dry and early Saturday morning confirmed a change in the weather.

Last weekend it was a high 15c temperature, however this weekend it will be only manage 5c and its blowing a easterly wind from Russia,so more layers are called for on my Friday Trans-Pennie ride to the "Highlands of West Yorkshire" Which me saw riding after a early morning fresh snow fall in this part of the country.

Frosty camping and a warm pub.

This rally started in 1972 and is run by the Loch Lomond MCC, my first Antler was in 1975 when I was pillion on a BMW. The final 30 miles, along the Ardnamurchan peninsula, was in those days a narrow unfenced single track road with grass growing in the centre in places. Today the grass is gone but the scenery remains.

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