Sunday, October 17, 2010
We cut through the reefs to the SW of A' Chuli and proceeded up its SE coast until...
...we arrived at Garbh Eileach and its little jetty, which is used by the farmers to load and unload sheep for summer. We basked on the warm rocks and enjoyed a little refreshing amber nectar.
Although it is a rocky landing this bay is sheltered from all directions except NE. Rising water announced that the flood tide was now well established.
At last it was time to go.
We were bound for the Black Islands (on the horizon) and the tides in the Sound of Luing beyond, for which we all carried return tickets. With any luck the tides would now carry us all the way back to Seil.