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09 There is a very distinct
bend on the fence up on this shoulder of Andrewhinney. This is a very
useful feature when you are navigating this ridge in poor visibility.
When you can see nothing of the surrounding landscape for thick mist
and you are following the fence - which will take you all the way
back to where the car is parked - a pronounced feature in the fence
can confirm that you are where you think you are.
In the picture above we are seeing the Ettrick Hills which lie to
the south of our ridge. Ettrick
Pen is the name of the hill near the left edge of the picture
and Loch Fell
is the distant hill in the middle of the picture. That is the Bodesbeck
Law near the centre of the picture below. You can see that the fence
is still heading for it. Comparing the two pictures, you can also
see Bodesbeck's distinctive shape in the picture above, near the right