Monday, September 29, 2014
We set off from Brown Head round the SW corner of Arran. All the time Ailsa Craig was growing on the horizon but we did not spend all the time gazing out to sea.
At Corriecravie I thought of all the hard work of my ancestors who were tenant farmers here from at least the early 1700's until the 1930's. The four top fields are still the greenest on Arran!
SE of Corriecravie, the beach consists of basalt dykes...
...rocks below the water and shingle at the HW mark.
As we approached Cleits Shore patches of sand appeared and...
...it looked an ideal spot for third luncheon.