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Tag Archives: sand
Hubby and I didn’t get to go for our walk today until this afternoon. It was cold and we wrapped up really well, but despite gloves, scarves, hats, and thick coats, we were still chilled to the bone by the … Continue reading
Golden sands turn silky Under the morning sun, A new day, a new year Has silently begun. Cast away your troubles, The path leads to who knows where, Endless, seamless, beckoning To follow it to ‘There’………. A place where all … Continue reading
A couple of years ago the council paid a small fortune in having the beach re-sanded by a Dutch company which was actually fascinating to watch. You can read about it here and there are loads of photos https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2018/05/09/moving-sand/ A … Continue reading
All my posts today have been prompts, so here is an original and update on recent events. The good news is that following rain in the night, most of the snow has gone and temperatures are now a sensible 4º … Continue reading
There are some huge dunes on the beach at the moment where they have been clearing the sand away from the promenade breakwater walls. The 31st heralds a Blue Moon, as it will be the second full moon in January. … Continue reading
We were walking the dog a little later than usual yesterday (17th October) so the tide was the furthest out that I’d seen it. It was pretty blowy, so we were glad of our hats, though Maggie didn’t care, she … Continue reading