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06 Here we have come upon a second
deep gully called Strang Cleuch ("cleuch" in Scots means
a ravine or narrow glen and "strang" could mean strong or
it could be a surname - the word "gill" has the same meaning
as "cleuch"). This cleuch lies between Mid Rig and Andrewhinney
Hill. That's Grey Mare's Tail waterfall that we are beginning to see
with White Coomb sitting squarely above it. The tops of Mid Craig
and Lochcraig Head are beginning to appear on the right of the picture.
In the picture below I have zoomed in on the waterfall and you can
quite distinctly see the track which takes you up to Loch Skeen -
climbing up to the right of the waterfall. Thinking about the meanings
of words we might ponder on who Andrew Hinney could have been - I