This September weekend me and the family went for an impromptu overnighter up to the west cost of these fine isles. It wasn't a camping night as I wouldn't be allowed to do that to them.
So we headed up to Loch Lomond and had a picnic at Luss. The car park was mobbed as usual, the weather wasn't bad, bit overcast but as it's September can't really complain.
To get back to the digs we backtracked around Loch Fyne to Cairndow. The Stagecoach Inn, it's a nice place and the food and liquid refreshments were more than adequate. I'd definitely recommend it, the views and the surroundings are stunning.
Just along the road is the Ardkinglas Woodlands Garden's which is the home to Britain's Tallest Tree. The path that winds round the gardens is interesting and beautiful.
Now you can't be in this area and not stop off at the oyster bar and deli. We picked up some nice bits and had a wander round the place.
The view up Glen Fyne was stunning and I could of wandered around there all day.