Is he the son of the farmer mentioned here?
Take great care when parking at the bottom not block the road, nor access to fields.
Keep strictly near to the field edges when approaching to avoid damage to crops.
The access has been subject to some confusion, as of 28th May 2012, this was the situation:
essentially, the farmer who owned the fields on either side of the main access path had decided to combine them. I'm not going to go into the motives, its been done to death and is both irrelevant and now appropriate. East Lothian Council (with assistance from MCofS) had negotiated new access and parking to be provided at the end of the more westerly of the two fields.
Unfortunately the landlord has now passed away, and his will is in the hands of the executors. This is expected to take time to resolve, and the new path will not be put in place until the new owner goes ahead.
In the meantime, the new combined field is ploughed as though the old wall remains and we can access there."
And is this the son mentioned here?
http://www.eastlothiancourier.com/news/ ... -breaker-/
If it is him,
not too good that he has tried to prevent access to crag.