Lunderston Bay is popular with dog owners who enjoy playing on the beach. During the warm summer days (yes we get them occassionally) the Bay is used by everyone just enjoying the opportunity to paddle, explore under rocks or chill.
This is the path a bit wet underfoot so was wearing my wellies. It had rained heavily the day before. At this point the path is between fields and the shore. A little further on the path is between trees and the shore.
The path meanders as do I.
Another Hut - (I've posted about these before). This one looks like it is built behind a wall fortress making me thing of 'home and castle'. No-one was at home though.
A little further on there are fields of wild rhubarb - (note to self to check this out next year to catch the new shoots).
Then I'm distracted by the seaplane. This flies during the summer from Loch Lomond Shores. I believe it is possible to charter them for a flight - maybe for something special?????
This is my favourite section with the trees on one side of the path and the water on the other. I like walking in trees because it feels like being given a hug by nature. This with the sound of water lapping - heaven.
I stroll on towards Inverkip and then return by the same route saying hello to other ramblers; dog walkers and passers by.
A good start to the day.