Sunday, May 17, 2009
From Quinish we paddled SW across the mouth of Loch a' Chumhainn (Loch Cuin) and rounded Rhubha an Aird. The headlands on the north coast of Mull can be quite lively on a spring tide and we were not disappointed. As we explored further, we came across...
...this delightful cove which was hidden among the dark basalt cliffs and reefs of the Mornish coast.
This looked like an excellent spot to partake a second luncheon.
We made our way over white shell sands to the dunes at the back of the beach.
From here, the sea stretched away in shades of aquamarine, turquoise and finally ultramarine to distant Arnamurchan. Beyond the point, the islands of Muck, Rum Eigg and Skye crowded the horizon with soaring ridges. The lighthouse at Arnamurchan looked a long way away.
What a great spot this was to enjoy lunch with like minded friends. We felt we had escaped to Paradise!