On the eve of the most momentous referendum in UK history, we travelled in beautifully warm early autumn sunshine to Inveraray and upper Loch Fyne.
The pre-referendum mood could best be summed up as 'sick of the whole thing', as many people told us.
Campaign burn-out has well and truly set in around the seat of the clan Campbell - historically one of the most fervently loyal British government aristocratic dynasties in the south-west Highlands.
After a trip yesterday to beautiful Tighnabruaich and the Kyles of Bute, today - just two days before the Scottish independence referendum – we took a stroll round the Dunoon area to assess the mood of the people.
To paraphrase that infamous phrase allegedly coined by Sir Alex Ferguson when the business end of the football season arrived - we're into 'squeaky bum time' for everyone involved in the campaign leading up to Thursday's Scottish independence referendum.
But as the clock rapidly counts down the minutes until the polling stations open their doors, what is the feeling around Argyll?
This year’s Sunset Ceremony at Dunoon's Argyll Gardens on August 28 was a great success, and organisers have plans to re-live the evening by screening a video of the event.
Dunoon’s iconic Highland Mary statue received some new headgear overnight.
A thrilling final in Strachur has seen Glasgow Mid Argyll win the biggest trophy in women's shinty - but a youthful team from the Isle of Skye pushed them all the way.
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