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Hey thanks Bob!
Looks like you guys are still climbing at respectable grades. Well impressed.
Rebecca 'Otter' Clark
Wow! Talk about a blast from the past. I met you guys thru-hiking the PCT in '98. What a great website. Otter Raven Maineiac
I really enjoy your trips, it is great to see someone chasing their dreams around the world, keep up the great work and I look forward to seeing where you wind up next. Rodney H
Brian & Martina, thanks for the link to the site. Just emailed it to my daughter and son they have enjoyed following you along on the hike while I hiked. Already missing the hiking and have told Yvonne that I'm doing another one this year. She kind of figured I was and was not too surprised. Guess she knows me by now. Really like the pictures.
Just to say how much I enjoyed your pictures - truly atmospheric and evocative of so many wonderful hill days and weekends, especially the Fisherfields and Skye. I stumbled on your site when researching stuff for a trip to Alligan / Torridon. I have bookmarked it and have been listening to Runrig`s "Alba" and Robert Plant`s "Big Log" whilst doing so. Absolute therapy! Look forward to seeing more.
Brian Dickson was a photography teacher at the Eight Mile Rock High School in Grand Bahama- bahamas. 1975. He was a great teacher. I,ve excell in photography because of Brian Dickson, tell me sir, are you the said Brian Dickson?? Drop me a ine please.
Great photos ... I can't help thinking that they are, to some extent, a catalogue illustrating my gradual hair loss. From the mighty mane of the Greenland shots to the shiny pate of the island trips! No doubt Ill be reduced to a polished dome in the next couple of years!
Just a name check from a namesake from Glasgow.
Finally succumbed to the Google search on my name and your web site popped up.
Hi Brian & Dolly..!!
We`re thinking of having a slide show at Milehouse,Kincraig on the last weekend of October.We have a fancy projector that uses cd-roms instead of slides.Any chance of you making a "greatest hits" cd ?
I`d be interested in shots of any bolted V.diffs you may have came across :o)
See you soon...bet you miss the Marilyns..!!
Thought I would just look at your site and leave a message. Hope you are doing fine, the pictures look fantastic! Things have moved very slowly in WAMS since you left. I think you will be back before a project starts. Best wishes, Malcolm
Hi brian & martina, thanks for the card, took a look through some of your pictures, very jealous. looking forward to new updates. Regards Steve
Hi Brian & Martina,
It was great having you in Port Hardy, and getting to know you a bit.
Great photos, I look forward to seeing how you viewed our little piece of the earth. Have a great and safe trip(did you do the West Coast Trail), hope to hear from you again sometime.
Pat & Jackie
Good to see that the wildlife hasn't got you!! Great pictures and looking forward to seeing more as and when they are posted.
Good luck with the rest of the trip.
I had to restrain myself from commenting on every gallery and every image. I love your pictures. You have been on some incredible adventures!
Wishing you and Martina all the best on your latest adventures. Have a great time and don't worry, the lights in Scotland might still be on by the time you get back!!
Looking forward to your new pics from 2004 in the great American outdoors.
Brian, These are some great pics that show some world class adventures. I especially liked the PCT pics and the ones from your home country. Check out my stuff if you get the chance. Take Care!