The view after breakfast from the delightful Seabank B&B, a placid, misty sea loch and sleepy mountains. Loch Long meets the sea to the south through the Firth of Clyde, found west of Glasgow (with its River Clyde), and sits a stone’s throw west of Loch Lomond in the Trossachs National Park, Argyll & Bute, in the Southern Highlands of Scotland. Arrochar is a small town at the northern tip of the loch. The peak of Ben Arthur, also known as “the Cobbler,” is just visible on the left behind this nearest ridge.
image by C.L. Tangenberg, September 22, 2016
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