Please note the toughness of the Members that turned up for this event- one, Kenny, all the way fae Aberdeen!,
I don’t know what God Ronnie is associated with, & it can’t be thru the Lo—e, surely- but by heck, he managed to let out some bellow as we wondered if the ferry would sail. in addition, Ronnie has history for producing VERY VERY wet weather, & he didn’t disappoint.Loch Fyne on a good day.
3 sensible ones, although more convenient from Aberdeen, met at Tarbet & managed to arrive at the Benmore Tea Room as the ferry passengers & locals were parking
“Benmore” is misleading- History lesson-
Wm travelled extensively & collected all types of plants & tress, mostly from the Orient, Africa & the Americas. It is a beautiful, must see, visit with the tallest redwoods in the UK lining the main avenue.
The meal there was REALLY good.
Inevitably the heavens opened, and yes, it absolutely tipped it down all the way to Tarbet & beyond,, before letting up. The traffic returning to Glasgow was unbelievable given the weather.
A good day out, plenty of chatter- good to be with real pals- heh?
Thank you Ronnie, well done.