So we spent a good portion of the school holidays on this beach. Catching a few waves and soaking up the salty sunshine.
Finding sea slugs in the rock pools,
and playing games of stone tower buildings, if you make it topple you lose.
Of course there was a a lot of time spent in here,
some exploration of the river bank, finding little jetties and rope swings,
and a long scooter ride up to Dicky Beach to explore what remains of the shipwrecked SS Dicky.
and most excitedly the one and only Mr McGee tree.
Mr McGee's tree,
can you see what we see with these matching trees? by the side of the sea? Even better once you start climbing too.
Perhaps some fishing with Grandad, or some castle building with Nanny. Would you believe Roboboy caught his first fish within about ten minutes. Too small for us to eat, the seagull who snaffled it up before our eyes had a good meal though.
I leave you with an image of when small children turn. She is three going on 23 this child. That would be my sun lounge, my towel, my sunnies and my phone. Enough said.
Now that the holidays are wrapped up, I cannot wait to come back and share some white walls, some seaside finds and some Betsy news.