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a smoky yellow or brown quartz

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started yesterday and finishes tomorrow and runs 10am until 5pm, with events across the whole With more than 70 activities taking place across Cairngorms National Park there is something for from families to the more seasoned nature For info see cairngorms.co.uk/discover
The accident happened at 2pm on Friday when the avalanche fell near the access road to the Cairngorm mountain ski access road, which was closed to the public for the fourth day.
Police, Cairngorm mountain rescue team, Cairngorm mountain ski patrol, search and rescue dogs, RAF Lossiemouth's rescue team and three helicopters were involved in the operation.
On Monday, walker Graham Connell, 31, of Castleford, West Yorkshire, was found dead in the Jacob's Ladder area of the Cairngorms after a major search.
The major operation involving 112 people from the police, RAF and mountain rescue teams was launched when the party of seven men were reported overdue in the Cairngorms on Sunday afternoon.
The wreckage of an aircraft was discovered yesterday on Cairngorm Mountain, just over half a mile from the Funicular Railway.
The story came as no surprise to his friends ( what he had seen was no figment of an overworked imagination; it was the Caveman of the Cairngorms.
The four-year-old adult attacked the two men in separate incidents in the northern Cairngorms on Saturday afternoon, believing them to be a threat to the females in his group.
The exhibition, which is at the mountain's base station, tells the story of the Cairngorms.
Lynn Strachan pleaded with people in the southern Cairngorms to share any information about sightings of Jim Robertson, 61.
Earlier this week, a hill-walker died during an expedition with a mountaineering club in the Cairngorms.
Winter sports fans in the Cairngorms were blacked out by a five-hour power cut yesterday, just days after the resort was shut by blizzards.
In a separate incident in the Cairngorms near Aviemore, Invernessshire, Mr Iain Simpson, aged 51, of Long Row, Halbeath, Dunfermline, Fife, died of head injuries he received in a fall at the Coire An't Sneachda area.