Having left Tarbert Bay feeling refreshed we continued our journey south west with the ebbing tide along Juras east coast. Sticking with plan A our aim is to make it to Craighouse, Juras main settlement and home of the Jura Distillery.
The Paps of Jura consist of three conical quartzite mountains rising to 2575 feet. The word 'pap' originates from the Old Norse word meaning 'breast'.
Photo by Simon Ford - Myself and Chris - The Paps (tits) Of JuraThe hope is to get up onto the Paps tomorrow evening when we plan to camp at Loch Tarbert.
To the south eastern horizon stand the mountains of the Isle of Arran, another one for the bucket list, maybe next year.
Approaching the Small Isles just off Craighouse we are once again mobbed by Arctic Turns as well as a few common seals.