This morning I met my small group of guests from a cruise ship at Greenock, Glasgow and then embarked on a fascinating trip to visit the site of Mac Ewan Castle, near Kilfinan on the West of Scotland.

First we drove round to Gourock and caught the ferry across the Firth of Clyde to Dunoon. Then drove for about 1 hour west along  a narrow, winding road to our first stop at Otter Ferry. This was the place of domicile of Ewen of Otter on the shores of Loch Fyne who as active around AD 1200 and who is the earliest historical forbear of Clan MacEwan. Lovely spot to admire on a  warm, sunny morning.

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