Monthly Archives: September 2017

A Day of Rest

18/09/17 When we were parked under the shadow of Ben More we got talking to the occupants of one of the campervans and they recommended Fidden Farm campsite. They waxed… Read more »

A Moist Start on Mull

12/09/17-13/09/17 In Oban the following morning we did some supermarket shopping to stock up on a few essentials before going over to Mull. Our plans were going to take us… Read more »

A Bit of Nostalgia

11/09/17 Barnluasgan is near to the Crinan Canal which was built to allow boats to pass across the Kintyre peninsular without having to take the significantly longer journey around it’s… Read more »

Gigha Island

08/09/17-09/09/17 It was still raining when we left Machrihanish Campsite, but we knew that the following day would be good so we made our way up the west coast of… Read more »

Hair Today

10/09/17 We were in a campsite, stuck vegetating in Bertie due to rain. The biggest event of the day (and it’s a pretty big event as far as I’m concerned) was… Read more »

Mull of Kintyre

06/09/17 More rain had set in. Our plans had been to visit Campbeltown, maybe to take a walk to Davaar island and then walk up to the lighthouse on the Mull… Read more »

Ferry Finally

04/09/17 We didn’t get the first ferry from Lochranza, we left it till 10ish to get in the queue. Although we were second in the queue we were waved on first… Read more »


01/09/17 Goatfell is the highest mountain on Arran and we had been looking for a suitable day to climb it before we left. Although we had had plenty of decent… Read more »

En route to Arran

28/08/17 True to the weather forecast the next morning was wet and miserable. We drove up to Ardrossan and sat in the queue for the midday ferry. The tarmac was… Read more »