Monday, March 19, 2012

The tide being right for jaw-jaw at Carlandcheek.

 VHF proved useful to get Phil and Mike to take a breather at...

 ...the caves and waterfall of Carlandcheek near the Heads of Ayr.

There is a break in the volcanic rocks that predominate on this coast.

 Weathered sandstone cliffs rise steeply from the beach.

 At full spring tide you can't land here. At low water, a reef prevents landing.

We took the opportunity of the tide being right to take second luncheon and sample some 10 year old Jura followed by a 12 year old Glenfiddich. We then spent a pleasant post prandial jaw-jaw on the beach at Carlandcheek. We revelled in our healthy, athletic lifestyle.