a week ago we were swimming in the sea thinking this could be our last chance of a dip but fingers crossed there is still some warm weather around, lets face it we are due a good Autumn after the worst weather in 100 years – apparently! We’ve preferred to take a dip an hour before high tide when the water covers the sand which has been warmed by the sun all day and normally we try and go before the lifeguards leave at 6pm. When the tide is in, from the viewpoint up the cliff, it looks like the little lifeguard hut is surrounded by the elements. Unfortunately the lifeguards are gone now so there will be less swimming in the sea I reckon and more walking the cliffs.
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