Saturday, June 07, 2014
Life in the raw but not the buff at Cleats Shore.
Davaar Island with its lighthouse glinting in a shaft of sunlight. Given the weather forecast, we were glad we were not setting off on a 20km crossing of the Kilbrannan Sound
large lime kiln. From the late 18th to the mid 19th century lime was used extensively to improve the land. Initially the kilns burned locally mined limestone but latterly the kilns used limestone which was imported from Ireland. Our destination was...
Cleats Shore. As we approached, a pair of shelduck were making their way along the coast with their...
We may have seen life in the raw at Cleats Shore but despite it being the only official naturist beach in Scotland there was not a nudist in sight. Given the air temperature, we decided not to exercise our legal right to go for a swim in the nude.