Friday, September 06, 2013
Paddle sailing away in the clear air at the end of a long day.
Once we left the shelter of East Loch Tarbert we entered the wide mouth of Loch Fyne, which is the longest sea loch in the Firth of Clyde and indeed the whole of Scotland. The view out of the loch across the expanse of the Sound of Bute to the rocky ridges of the Arran mountains was stunning. As we entered open waters a breeze picked up and we hoisted our sails.
I think Phil's smile will save any lengthy further description of the crossing!