Monday, July 19, 2010

Relief in Bracken Bay

After the excitement in leaving Dunure harbour, we found the sea further out had built up a little swell. The shallow rock shelves, that project from each of the headlands, caused some turbulence on our return north to Ayr.

It was with some relief that we landed at Bracken Bay. Soon our flasks were out with some warming soup. Although there was an orange glow in the sky from the setting sun...

...the wind was blowing straight across the Firth of Clyde...

...from the snow covered mountains of Arran. It was bitterly cold.

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