Wednesday 16th July
Red Brae - Carnmanus - Bellahill -
It was a beautiful evening with clear sunshine when we left the Harbour Car Park. It was to remain so for the rest of the evening. The group numbered 12, numbers depleted no doubt because of members being on holiday.
We parked at the old Gospel Hall on the corner of
After a little we crossed the
The way improved after crossing another minor road and we proceeded alongside fields where farmers were taking advantage of the fine evening to harvest silage.
Here and a little further on we had splendid views over Belfast Lough
towards the Copelands at Donaghadee. To the south, Slieve Croobe and the
Mournes could be picked out, if a little hazily. In the other direction the
Mull of Galloway and further north Ailsa Craig, off the
Encountering a donkey along the way - duly nourished with a generously
proffered apple - we went down the lane to the Dalway's
Return transport to the starting point was laid on, and so a very pleasant
evening ended back again at the