Following a good night's sleep and a hearty breakfast, we made our way to the Quarry View cafe (making sure to ring and book with them well in advance!) for our first day's diving.
The usual dramas of sorting out the correct weighting for a sea dive and getting back into things for those who had not dived for a while commenced but soon settled down into a great dive with huge, egg-laden, bacon-eating crabs and a multitude of other sea life to be seen.
Three quarters of an hour later saw us partaking of some very welcome hot drinks and delightfully sinful chocolate cake in the cafe before a spot of kit re-arrangement and ready for dive 2. This was another great dive although visibility had declined somewhat from the morning, with only minor problems of leaking dry suits and stone-cuddling to deal with!
At this point, most of the group had to depart for the sleety southlands ready for work and other commitments the next day but we left Rob and Alan setting off to refill cylinders and investigate for potential other dive sites further along the shore, hoping for another great day's diving when re-inforcements arrived in the morning.
Thanks for a great (couple of) day(s) Loch Fyne, we'll be back!!!