Lochaber Mountain Rescue team and a keen participant in ben races. For anyone unsure of what a ben race is, the website for the annual race up Ben Nevis is here - and John's in the 'Results List'. At 50, he's just completed his 25th race.
In the picture, John is standing at the top of the grading shute. As we watched the fish start to come into it, Ferguson Transport's Harvest Caroline II was arriving to deliver 50 tonnes of fish food to the farm. At one time this food was processed from fish, now it's 75% vegetarian, being largely made from vegetable oils, beans and maize.
Salmon farming is a growing and very successful industry in Scotland, being worth some £530 million to the economy. Something like 78% of the product is consumed in the UK, but more and more is going abroad, with China a big customer.
In February the first of the salmon from Camas Glas will be on their way to market, and by the end of next year, the cages will be empty and ready for the next batch of smolts.
Many thanks to Rosie, Calum and John for giving their time to explaining everything to us, and to Marine Harvest for allowing us to visit Camas Glas.