Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Clauchland's peninsula, Arran


Clauchlands Point, Arran.


After we left Holy Island, we headed north across Lamlash bay to Clauchlands Point on Arran. This is the view from the point back towards Holy Island and the distant Ayrshire coast on the other side of the Firth of Clyde.


This is the final headland before the return to Brodick. It is known as Corriegills Point. The rain clouds are gathering over the hills on the west side of Glen Rosa. Cir Mhor is the peak on the right. Brodick Castle can just be seen in the trees at the right of the picture.

It started to rain as I was waiting for the ferry back to the mainland. (Thirsty) Tony went off to the Co-op shop and came back with two ice cold cans of Guinness. We had come a long way from our last refreshment at the Kildonnan Hotel and the drought on Holy Island. The dark brew was like nectar as it slid down our throats and the soft summer rain dripped from our noses. MV Caledonian Isles' approaching horn sounded in the gathering mist and signalled the end of our Arran adventure.

17/08/2007

2 comments:

  1. From a can? And ice cold?

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  2. Oh yes Peter, there is just enough alcohol to act as antifreeze! The trick is to slip a couple of cans into a shop's frozen peas cabinet, do the rest of your shopping or whatever then take them to the checkout.

    :o)

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