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A day in the rain in Dunoon!
I'll be coming home saying "aye" being around my family for 3 days.
A day spent visiting my Aunty Jean, getting lots of old stories and looking at old photos.
We did manage a walk down the main street of Dunoon but only a hardware store ...
... for us to take the requisite photos, then we carried on, as we had a lunch date!
Charlie and I well remember a fantastic lunch we had with Karen and Graham at Loch Fyne Oyster Bar, when we stayed with them in Edinburgh in 1992! We were really chuffed to be able to return there this time. The restaurant itself is in a converted byre, and they specialise in locally farmed seafood. Loch Fyne ...
... sun was out and we were surprised to see some silly person in having a swim - complete with wetsuit and bathing cap though. The scenery as we entered the Highlands was spectacular. Every turn in the road seemed to lend itself to a photo opportunity. The green of the hills and the trees and with so much water around, whether it be sea, lochs or rivers, the scenery was stunning. We stopped at the top of ...
... we picked handfuls of fresh wild raspberries from the edge of the bush, and we also saw 3 roe deer - a mother and 2 young ones - at the edge of a field. Charlie was rapt, as he has been avidly scanning the fields and forests every time he sees one of the countless deer signs we've passed on the highways!
After that we headed up into Ayrshire, skirting the Galloway Forest ...
After yet another great breakfast we packed up (as we couldn't get another night down there) and headed down to the Mull of Kintyre. Al, the whole hill was covered in heather that was not yet flowering. The Mull was at the end of a very narrow winging road and went past Paul McCartney's old house (we just couldn't find it however). On his bright sunny morning it was an absolutely stunning day with stunning scenery. As ...