Next morning we were up bright and early. A good while back, it seemed like a good idea to sign up for the SCA trip to Loch Lomond. Hubby dear has been paddling here before, however I missed that trip due to work! Off we set at a ridiculously early time in a ridiculously low temperature -3 degrees, but on a beautifully bright day.
|Not even a ripple|
|Myles showing us his office!|
90 miles later we arrived to meet the rest of the group. We had already met the organiser, Myles and Christabel on the Grey dogs trip. It didn't take long to get to chatting to the rest of the group. It's always nice having a paddle with new folks, getting good paddling tips and trip ideas. We set off from Luss then headed down the peaceful waters to Inchconnachan, passing Inchtavannach, no Wallabies were spotted! Myles, who is also a park ranger, took us over to another island to check a Mink trap. Here he was describing the wildlife, telling us about the Capercaillies and Ospreys, all very interesting. Fancy having Loch Lomond as your office!
|Tough paddling conditions!|