Was sea kayaking today, quite hot and humid. The metoffice rainfall radar showed stormy showers building in Ayrhsire. But, we were at Loch Long, near Arrochar. We launched at Finnart, big oil terminal, which is in Fjordlike scenery. Two divers set off here, no flags or bouys. Bit dodgy with tugs and work boats about.
After we crossed toward 'Mark Bothy (MBA)' we started senaking up the rocky shore to spot otters, none seen but lots of piles of clams and muscles on high rocks. There was a single sea kayaker in the Bothy with a fire on, he left after we passed on our return, fire was then out.
We started to turn into Loch Goil and look for a spot for a coffee break. It was in the 20s and very humid, so lots of water gulped. This is the Loch Goil shore line. Easy to stop in plastic Kayaks rather than delicate GRP sea kayaks.