Each issue features a hill scene which included a lone bagger until he or she was removed by digital sleight of hand. Simply use a pen to mark a cross where you think the top of the bagger's head is (use a photocopy if you don't want to cut up your copy of TAC). This month's picture shows the west ridge of Sgurr Dearg, and the In Pinn. The airbrushed scrambler might or might not be wearing a bobble hat. Conditions at the time were warm, with a light easterly breeze.
Send your entry to The Angry Corrie, 3 Ferry Orchard, Cambuskenneth, Stirling FK9 5ND, to arrive no later than 15 April 2005.
Five crosses cost £1. A dozen crosses (the maximum per entry) cost £2. Cheques and postal orders should be made payable to The Angry Corrie. The person with the closest cross wins a copy of A Bit of Grit on Haystacks, published by Millrace and edited by Dave Hewitt.
TAC 64 Index