A larger than normal land slip is reported to have split my favourite beach in half. These things happen quite often but this is bigger than usual reminding us to tread carefully but the sea will mop it up in a jiffy! See here before: And now: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-22355538
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He has been visiting us and he left the taps on! I hope the water companies will save some of it. I will let you know when they declare a drought again!
“Summer goes so quickly was it something that you said….. in the windmills of your mind”…… These is hardly representative of the summer of 2012 but to prove it was not all bad here are a few shots of the Dorset Coast from the sea. This was within a few miles East of the Olympic […]
Wet And Windy Weather
A national obsession….my little companion hates getting wet, so walking in the rain and boating are low on her list of priorities! The weather has been interesting. A drought was declared not so long ago and almost instantly it rained, and rained and blew, and blew etc.: well we know all that but two of […]
HM The Queen, Diamond Jubilee
My little contribution!
Four Legged Ghosts
I still hear them calling me when I let the dog out morning noon and night, slightly bazaar as I don’t believe in ghosts, but it is strange. My little spotted pony was 35 years old last month and sadly failed to regain condition this summer. The Shetland was deaf and laminitic, he too was […]
St O’s Bay Olympic Sailing 2012
A rather special photo, looking West towards Start Point with Weymouth visible in the picture. The olympic sailing will take place here next year, quiet now and nodoubt quiet again afterwards!
Purbeck Sculptors at Leeson House
I was recently invited to join Purbeck Sculptors a group based in Dorset and our first Exhibition was held in Leeson House over looking the Western end of the Ise of Wight. There were literally hundreds of works to see, here are just a few. It was well attended, with a couple of thousand visitors […]
Beware the South West
We have some of the most dangerous tidal waters in the world, some of the sharpest rocks, the most unpredictable weather and our history and shore line is littered with wrecked ships to prove it. Please stay away from Dorset, Devon and Cornwall as there is yet another hazard this year; me!
Sometimes one meets someone special and one just has to get instep! (Juno is on the left with the red collar!)