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Thursday, 3 September 2009

A WANDER ROUND THE TOWN (02/08/09)

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA      SUNRISE......For the first time took this from the truck.No trek in the dark. Pyjamas only, well only, don't own any jimjams.
New lens, waterproof, need waterproof round this way, always said.'You can't beat waterproof.' Hope so. It's porridge for the next month. At least!   Just a pity in all the excitement I forgot the graduated filter. Not to worry you are only missing flat sea. Oh! .....And a wee bit of colour.
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA      WHEN MEN WERE MEN!..............And without doubt, WOMEN WERE WOMEN, pity they don't get a mention. Maybe they only shovelled the snow in sub zero temperatures. It brings a tear to my eye. The shear courage of a whole community beggars belief in this day and age.
Now to the village......................
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Not far off vertical in and out, at least they provide steps and a drink...................................................
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA            And somewhere to recycle it............A little overgrown maybe, also a little too public.
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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA             Why I love this place and dislike Runswick Bay, I can't decide. The large concrete wall is designed to stop the North sea inundating the place or the place inundating the North Sea would, perhaps, more accurate.
That's your lot.

3 comments:

  1. Good to see yet another place on your travels.

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  2. Fantastic story about the lifeboat. Nowadays I suspect all that would happen is the lines to the 999 switchboard would get jammed and then there'd be an enquiry as to why it took five days to launch the boat - from Anglesey...
    (Not that I don't think the lifeboatmen are still fantastic - it's the general public I have my doubts about!)

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  3. Yes CJ have seen the plaque before, always find it a moving story.

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