Related Web Page. Finding the cache: Just before or just after, if travelling towards Skye the castle is a turning signposted Dornie. Take this road, and watch for a small lane on the right, signposted 'Carr Brae View Point'. Walk a little way up the road, beyond the first telegraph pole, and look for a silver gate on your left.
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This gives access to a little-used path that runs up the hill behind the road. This is steep and can be boggy, so wear boots. Thanks for looking after the box and helping to keep it dry it is Scotland, after all. I hear there's a reboot of the film coming.
I wonder if they'll be back to film here..? Thanks so much everyone. It's really appreciated and I'm very glad you've enjoyed this special location. Thank you too for your photos. A favourite recent ish one is below. Also , a vintage-looking shot by HenHart1. Below that pics by aninymoose and quaffle- who gets a big Congratulations from me! Here's to another 10 years of happy caching! Additional Hints Decrypt. What are Attributes?
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Advertising with Us. There are no Trackables in this cache. View past Trackables. The squad's entire All Black front row of Carl Hayman , Anton Oliver , and Clarke Dermody left for lucrative contracts in Europe, while star first-five Nick Evans moved north to Auckland to play for the Blues , and hugely talented young lock James Ryan was forced to retire at age 24 due to injury problems.
Joining the exodus were several other veteran starters, along with coach Greg Cooper who left the franchise to take up an assistant coaching position with the Blues.
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Moore was left with a weak side of young and inexperienced players which would stumble to a franchise-worst record of only 3 wins against 10 losses during the Super 14 season , and finished as the lowest-placed New Zealand team on the table. Jimmy Cowan , one of the team's few bright spots through this period, was appointed team captain for , but things would improve little over the following two seasons as the team again limped to the worst record of the New Zealand clubs.
When Moore was released as coach following the season, the franchise had compiled a record of only 10 wins against 29 losses in three seasons under his leadership. The campaign would prove to be the franchise's most successful in several years, as they raced out to a 3—0 start including a monumental away win over the Bulls in Pretoria.
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They remained in playoff contention for almost the entire season, sitting 8—4 at one juncture, before slumping under an injury cloud at the end of the year to finish 8th on the table. Highlanders won the Super Rugby season defeating the Hurricanes 21—14 in Wellington. Phil Gifford called the win the "greatest Super Rugby comeback this century". The name Highlanders was chosen after the early Scottish settlers in the lower South Island. These Scottish settlers were the founders of Dunedin —known as the " Edinburgh of the South", and the city where the Highlanders are based.
The colours of the Highlanders formerly encompassed the provincial colours of North Otago, Otago, and Southland; yellow, blue and maroon. Blue is also the predominant colour of the Flag of Scotland , and is used by many sports teams in that country.
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On 3 June , the Highlanders introduced—controversially—a new predominantly lime green home kit. Despite the resounding negative feedback from fans, this kit was initially confirmed for the season. On 6 September , however, the club announced a change of heart—they would be returning to their traditional blue strip for home matches, and using the lime green kit for away matches during the Super Rugby season. Starting with the season, the Highlanders moved into the Forsyth Barr Stadium , opened in August It was built to replace their original home of Carisbrook , which was no longer suitable for international rugby, or as a venue for the Rugby World Cup.
The Highlanders' original home ground was the 29, capacity Carisbrook in Dunedin.
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Carisbrook is also known as "The Brook", or as "The House of Pain" due to its reputation as a difficult venue to visit. Prior to the regular season match was usually played at Rugby Park,  however in they played a match at the Queenstown Events Centre. This game attracted a crowd of 10,; one of the Highlanders' biggest of the season. The Highlanders have fielded a development team in competitions such as the Pacific Rugby Cup and in matches against other representative teams for several seasons.
Known as the Highlanders Development XV, the squad is selected from the best emerging rugby talent in the Highlanders catchment area and is composed of Highlanders contracted players, wider training group members, under 20s, and selected club players. The season set several new records for the team, that had stood since the and seasons.
They scored their most ever points , and most ever tries 42 in a season. Lima Sopoaga set a franchise record for most points in a season with , becoming just the third Highlander to score 25 points in a game. The year saw perhaps their greatest victory ever with their 65—23 win against the Bulls, setting several records; most points in a match, most tries in a match with nine, and largest winning margin of Former first five-eighth Tony Brown holds the record for most career points with The most points in a single match is held by former fullback Ben Blair who scored 28 against the Sharks in Most career tries is held by former player Jeff Wilson with The squad for the Super Rugby season : .
Most Games: . In their first season the Highlanders were coached by Gordon Hunter before he joined the All Blacks selection panel. His replacement was former All Black flanker Jamie Joseph , who coached between and Tony brown took over as head coach in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: History of the Highlanders.
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