Monday, 6 April 2015

Blue Sky Mondays

Finally the weather cleared and this morning's fine haze was replaced with bright blue skies and sunshine. We knew it was going to get busy, Bank Holiday Monday on the coast is always busy, and so we left early and headed along the cliffs. Regular stone quarries came, the path continued westward and so did we, pausing only to watch the Peregrines, Fulmars and Ravens. After spending time at St.Aldhelm's Head we turned inland to find the fabled Square & Compass for a pint and a pasty.
Days like this don't happen often enough.









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