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TP7198 - Dornie
15th Jul 2012 12:57 by Triggers
there is an obvious clearing two lamposts from the house as described previously. The FBM is well hidden in the gorse
15th Jul 2012 00:00 by pete37038
tricky, but got there
2nd May 2011 10:50 by MickandKim
Easy find KIM !!!
10th Jul 2010 16:30 by Lathama
In spite of all the successful logs, this one eluded me. The ditch was full to overflowing due to last night's torrential rain and there was no way across it. Peered everywhere for about 20 minutes then gave up. Definitely a winter spot, I think.
5th Jun 2010 12:25 by funkybro
Found after the other Dornie one.
3rd Jun 2008 18:38 by Bridgeman
From the house called 'Falcon's Cliff' signed above from door, walk north west towards Dornie. The FBM is opposite the second passing place sign and is hidden from road. You will need to cross the fence on north east side of road at a spot a few yards on the Dornie side of this passing place sign then look to your right. The FBM is well hidden but is directly opposite the passing place sign. The ditch was fortunately dry on this occasion.
Dornie FBM ©Bridgeman
23rd Sep 2007 14:32 by KandG
Forewarned about the difficulty we looked very closly at the gorse bushes and undergrowth. Saw part of it peeking out! Managed to keep both feet dry, not so good at fending off Gorse! Height tag missing -is this a Scottish thing?
9th Sep 2007 14:32 by Fester
Bit of a swine as I was looking on the wrong side of the road initially.Eventually noticed Lone Walkers passage through the jungle on the correct side of the road.Wet foot for me too...the ditch is deeper than it looks..!
30th Aug 2007 13:15 by Lone Walker
Perseverence paid off on this one. Got stung by nettles and pricked by gorse, but eventually found it. Opposite passing place. Got very wet feet though.
5th Jul 2007 11:21 by Wobbly
Eventually found lurking under a gorse bush in thick bracken.
Dornie lurking in the damp ©Wobbly
25th Jun 2007 17:40 by Clanfield Rambler
Too much undergrowth this time of year and also Midge attack. Have to try again another time.
30th Dec 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
3rd time lucky - easy in winter - spotted it from the car! Opposite passing placve, 2m E of fence, under gorse, 2m S of sign. OSBNM & GPS plaques; no height tag.
13th Oct 2006 12:00 by iainmac
About 6 metres over the fence.
8th Jun 2006 15:12 by Rhayader_wanderer
With the family en route to Skye no sketch no luck as with everythind else of this type today (will revise date later)
1st May 2006 12:13 by dal
At this time of year the undergrowth has not yet grown back, and the FBM is easily visible from the road.
12th Nov 2004 12:00 by iainmac
Still plenty of dead bracken, gorse and brambles.
15th Aug 2004 15:40 by fasgadh
Its a jungle out there.. Will return in winter
3rd Jul 2004 00:00 by peregrinus
I immediately found a grass-covered flat slab c 1x2m with rivet in SE corner, at E end of layby pretty much in expected location. I assumed this is the FBM but seeing the later logs I'm not so sure.