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Thursday, 29 May 2014

Walk of the Day - Ardalanish beach, Isle of Mull

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A very wide, deserted beach about half a mile down a track.  Lovely views over to Jura and Colonsay.  Amazing rock formations (it's a Site of Special Scientific Interest - which means they'll probably be building a wind farm or a golf course on top of it at some point).   I read in a guide book that Rangers football club used to train here - why?  it's miles from anywhere and no different to Gullane or other beaches which would seem to spring more immediately to mind as being 'handy'.  Och, it's probably not even true.
I wonder if it gets busy in the summer?  Probably not terribly.  Wonder if it gets warmer in the summer?  Probably not terribly.  Much,  I mean.
We saw a sea eagle fly across, scouting for a meal and scattering a small flock of greylags grazing in the field above the beach.
Ardalanish Weavers are just by the car park (and along a little bit).  I covet one of their jumpers.

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