Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Piano found on Ben Nevis

Perhaps Roadrunner, who is one member of this blog team who has been up Ben Nevis and who has a demonstrable interest in music, can shed light on this...

Truly wierd.

7 Comments:

Blogger roadrunner said...

Sorry - can't assist with that one! Though it does raise an interesting question as to what IS the most unusual object to be found at the top of a Scottish mountain? There's a challenge. The wreckage of a Tornado jet fighter is one of my favourites - saw that on the Cairngorm plateau and found it quite unusual really (mercifully the crew had ejected before impact). Runners is another favourite - finding them on the top of mountains (speaking as one who did the Ben Nevis race in 1992 in a time of 2hrs 4min) also comes to mind. But I think this is a good topic for a Bondbloke quiz.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006  
Blogger Cliff said...

I knew of a bunch of people who were prone to carrying an entire dinner party to the tops of mountains: dining table, chairs and full monty tenue de soiree so it's not a surprise what people cart around with them. I suppose we've all left a musical instrument on a mountain at some time so let he who is without sin etc

Wednesday, May 17, 2006  
Blogger BondWoman said...

I should learn my lesson. That tedious political blogging just doesn't do it on here. Plus if you want to blog politically, you need to put something ridiculous and calculated to get up RoadRunner's nose like Milligoon's comedic effort yesterday. Anyway, returning to the point in hand...Lots of people have been known to leave members of their family behind on mountains.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006  
Anonymous prawdziwy biegacz said...

A model T Ford was driven up Ben Nevis. I have lao been up the mountain many times and though I have not done the Ben Nevis Race have doene many others and have won the 7 Hills race in Edinburgh (if we want to get into racing exploits).

Wednesday, May 17, 2006  
Blogger BondWoman said...

Ah, prawdziwy biegacz, I never meant to infer that others had not been up Ben Nevis, and it wasn't me who introduced race times and wins into the matter...but it is always interesting to have your contribution. I assume "prawdziwy biegacz" means "melancholic pole"...

Wednesday, May 17, 2006  
Blogger Cliff said...

there's no harm in adding those 'and finally' piano on mountain stories to the serious stuff BW. All we can do with your serious blogging is sit here nodding in agreement but these stories allow for a bit of harmless mucking around.

I beleive Mr Biegacz is using his word verification code as a name as is the current craze. My apologies to the polish nation if that is a real name

Wednesday, May 17, 2006  
Anonymous onqakyy said...

"Mr Biegacz is using his word verification code " Cliff, what a good idea...

Wednesday, May 17, 2006  

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