This is a wiki page to coordinate transport (and food, closer to the time) for the September trip to Crianlarich.
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The cottage is the whitewashed building at the west end of Crianlarich, next to the Ben More restaurant. The train station in the village is a 10 minute walk from the cottage, with regular services from Glasgow and Fort William. There are also regular long-distance bus services from Glasgow. The cottage address is Inverardran Cottage, Crianlarich, FK20 8QS (O. S. sheet 50, Grid Ref 392250).
People offering lifts:
*08/09/2018 - 15/09/2018
- Oliver Neale
- Paul Cook (surprised and pleased not to be required as a driver. happy to leave any time Saturday)
People using public transport:
- Person 1
- Person 2
People looking for lifts:
- Person 1
You can either suggest a meal idea or join one of the existing ones and you're obviously also welcome to sort yourself out (move your name to 'Independent'). Please remove your name from the 'Not yet signed-up for meal on [this day]' list too once you're in a group or have decided to cook alone. The person who suggests the meal is responsible for arranging the ingredients — everyone else in the group should bring money on the trip to pay for their share, and expect to help with the preparation and washing up.
Shops and facilities
There is a small shop in the village, around a 10 minute walk from the cottage, which offers a pre-order service. There are obviously larger supermarkets in Glasgow and Stirling and we could also do an online Tesco order, as we did for the Glencoe trip and last year's Torridon trip.
The cottage has a well-equipped kitchen (and a fridge, unlike the otherwise unforgettably phenomenal-in-every-regard Ling Hut last year).
Finalise groups by the end of Thurs 6th so the person suggesting the meal knows how much they have to buy and has a couple of days to do the shopping.